December 12, 2019 / Leslie Forsberg / AAA Journey

Getaway and Explore The Pacific Northwest in Bellingham, Washington

On our way to Bellingham Cider Co. in the former Cascade Laundry Building, my daughter and I sidestepped actors rehearsing at the Maritime Heritage Park amphitheater. Over a remarkable hyper-local dinner, I marveled at how Bellingham has transformed from a laid-back college town known for its hippie history and outdoorsy vibe into a place where you can dine at sophisticated restaurants, immerse yourself in the arts, explore newly reclaimed waterfront, hike or bike on a burgeoning network of trails and enjoy sunset views over Bellingham Bay from gorgeous parks. Even more exciting - all this is just a start.

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