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Should we stay in Seattle for 2 weeks and what part of town?

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Living in Texas, I try to find an escape from summer heat, and I am already looking ahead to next August, to find the best apt/house rentals. We like to spend the mornings reading and exercising, then find places to visit in the afternoons. Will we have plenty to do in Seattle for 2 weeks?
Most importantly, what part of town would you recommend? Would love to have a view, but also like to have plenty of restaurants. Ideally, we would only rent a car one or 2 days for more distant points of interest, and use public transport the rest of the time.

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