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Seattle, Capitol Hill Neighborhood, on a Sunday afternoon?

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A question for Seattle Fodorites...

I'll be spending 3.5 days in Seattle over the Labor Day weekend, arriving on a Saturday afternoon and leaving on a Wednesday morning.

I've been To Seattle twice before but never explored the Capitol Hill neighborhood and I've very keen to do so this time. I've been juggling around what daily activities I want to do and when I want to do them.

I was thinking I could go to the Seattle Asian Art Musuem on Sun. Sept. 3rd in the morning (they aren't open on Mon & Tues) and then maybe have brunch somewhere in Capitol Hill and after brunch browse in the local shops. But, since this would be a Sunday and a holiday weekend too, would the neighborhood shops be open in the afternoon?

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