In this Travel Tuesdays episode, join us as our #realfoodroadtrip continues to Bellingham, Washington. We discover the breathtaking beauty of Mt. Baker, go on a spectacular whale watching cruise from Anacortes (and discover some delicious local eats), tour nearby coastal towns, head over to Whidbey Island and cross into Canada to get lost in Vancouver BC.
From this episode:
RV Park: Bellingham RV Park
Store: Bellingham Public Market, Bellingham WA
Restaurant: Rock & Rye Oyster House, Bellingham WA
Sightseeing: Scenic drive to Mt Baker, Whatcom County, WA
Sightseeing: Nooksack falls, Whatcom County, WA
Sightseeing: Mt Shuksan, Whatcom County, WA
Sightseeing: Vista Pond, Whatcom County, WA
Restaurant: Copper Hog Gastropub, Bellingham WA
Restaurant: Fridas, Anacortes, WA
Sightseeing: Island Adventures– Whale Cruise, Anacortes, WA
Restaurant: A-Town Bistro, Anacortes, WA
Sightseeing: Scenic drive- Chuckanut, Bellingham, WA
Restaurant: Old World Deli, Bellingham WA
Store: Terra Organic and Natural Foods, Bellingham WA
Restaurant: Boundary Bay Brewery, Bellingham WA
Restaurant: Avenue Bread & Deli, Bellingham WA
Restaurant: Aslan Brewing Co, Bellingham WA
Sightseeing: Capilano Suspension Bridge, Vancouver, BC
Sightseeing: Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC
Restaurant: Fish House at Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC (Closed)
Sightseeing: Granville Island Public Market, Vancouver, BC
Sightseeing: La Conner, WA
Sightseeing: Deception Pass, Whidbey Island, WA
Sightseeing: Whidbey Island
Sightseeing: Rosario Beach, Fidalgo Island, WA
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