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Pioneer Square boasts more unique and independently owned shops than any other part of the city.This is Paulo’s eighteenth year as a , a role which he takes proudly, humbly, and reverently.The processions begin on a Tuesday with the children's parade.of Pharmacy woman” and asks you to drag a bashful single pal out and cheer them on to win.Listen to the best part: Leading up to the actual event there is a cocktail hour where singles mix and mingle. will be done in the style of the 1960’s television game show.These dusty bookstores, creaky-floored galleries, small boutiques, and quaint eateries now inhabit the Emerald City's most historic buildings.It is also home to the popular Seattle Underground Tour, the iconic Smith Tower, and the Klondike Gold Rush Museum - these attractions may only take an hour or two of your time, so if you have the whole day available, plan to hit several.Other characters include Vandy, a musician by day, bartender by night who still carries a torch for Sam, Ty, who reappears after dumping Dawnie for not "putting out", and Russell, a gay soap opera star terrified of being out and Ty's college roommate.Basically, this is downtown Vista - the historic heart of the city filled with pubs, cafes, art galleries, and breweries. A church is visible from any given point and the streets are bustling with indigenous Guambiano vendors, who wear traditional low-cut witches boots, black and purple shawls, and Charlie Chaplin bowler caps.The city is known for its are very heavy,” local Paulo says, “but when you are carrying you don’t feel any pain. You carry with your soul.” Paulo’s grandfather started the tradition in his family line 70 years ago and carried for 55 years.