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The location is beautiful - right on the shores of Puget Sound, too bad it has been destroyed by development and strip malls
In a nutshell
A nice place if you want to get out of the big city.
karenincalifornia Says: Water is big around Federal Way. The city is located right on the Puget Sound, and the area has many lakes. Everyone has a boat of some sort. My family had four -- a canoe, two kayaks and a ski boat that my dad built from some sort of kit, and which could only pull a skiier...
karenincalifornia Says: When I am in the Seattle area for an extended stay, one of my most favorite things to do is visit Olympic National Park on the Olympic Peninsula. It is easily accessed from Federal Way by driving south through Tacoma and then over the Tacoma Narrows Bridge (aka, "Galloping...
karenincalifornia Says: Federal Way has every imaginable chain motel, but I can't think of a good reason to stay in one of them. Stay in Seattle. Seattle is a much more fun place, and it is only 30 minutes away (without traffic). I've stayed at the Vintage Park Hotel in downtown Seattle twice, and...
well this Filipino Store serves the growing filipino-american and immigrant filipino prescence in the Seattle area. Being A Sari-Sari Store (anything store), it provides services like door to door balikbayan box delivery to the philippines, local philippine GSM SIM cards, xerox copy services and most especially ethnic foods (like longanisa, tapa and lumpia) and stuffs for everyday convenience like mops or detergents or snacks and a lot more.
Open 7 days, mon - sat 10 am to 8pm Sun 11am- 5pm
What to buy: anything filipino like Smart and Globe Sim cards, Boy Bawang Chichacorn, Royal Tru-orange Soda's, San Miguel Beer, Filipino Longanisa's and lots more.
What to pay: little bit higher than local brands since most of the stuff are imported from the philippines
Updated Oct 1, 2008
Address: 32700 Pacific Hwy So #4 , Federal Way WA 98003
Phone: (253) 838-8860