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I mean, really – who wouldn’t want to see a hotel they’d spent a few hundred pages reading about? Around the time I read the book I was negotiating a new job – career move – and I before I realized what I was doing – I found myself negotiating into the deal a little extra time off to track the locations in Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet. Then, I convinced my sister to come to Seattle with me and when we arrived we started with the hotel and then clicked off the locations in the International District. I didn’t – but you should – take the tour at the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience. The author – Jaimie Ford – helped create it. And don’t stop there – there’s much more to see when it comes to tripping on Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet.

International District

Panama Hotel

Nippon Kan Theater

Kobe Park

Canton Alley

Pioneer Square 

Black Elks Club

Bud’s Jazz Records

Smith Tower

Union Station

Waterfront 

Ye Ole Curiosity Shop

 Capitol Hill

Seattle University

Lake View Cemetery

Beacon Hill

Henry’s Neighborhood

Green Lake

Woodland Park

Green Lake

Puyallup, Washington 

Camp Harmony

 Dead Ends

Owl Drug Store

Sheldon’s Corner

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