Day 44-47 (September 11-14)
Bellingham boasts a stunning waterfront location, two attractive historic downtown districts, hundreds of miles of trails, Western Washington University, a variety of interesting restaurants, cideries, and breweries, two indie film theaters, museums, and other great entertainment options not typically found in a city of 89,000. I won’t even get into all the other things to do within an hour of the city, although we’ll expand on a few in future posts.
I have mentioned before that our favorite activity when visiting a new city is just to walk…and walk…and walk. This post features our photo walks around downtown Bellingham’s central business district, Old Town, residential neighborhoods, and waterfront.
I’ll just let the pictures do the most of the talking…
My next post will give you a peek inside some fun restaurants and watering holes, share our afternoon in the Fairhaven historic district, and walking the scenic 2-mile South Bay Trail that runs between historic Fairhaven and Bellingham’s central business district.
This is the second in our series of Bellingham posts. If you’d like to read more…
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