South Bellingham Travel Guide

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South Bellingham Things to Do

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    by LeoM Written Apr 28, 2005

    The Bellingham Cruise Terminal, is the location for tickets to Victoria BC, or to Alaska, or whale watching.

    Bellingham Cruise Terminal
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    by LeoM Written Apr 28, 2005

    Fairhaven's outdoor movie theatre is open during the summer, and is a great place to enjoy the atmosphere day or night. Fairhaven Village Green in which the outdoor theatre is located is situated next to the Colophon Cafe, and Village Books.

    Fairhaven's Village green
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South Bellingham Restaurants

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    by LeoM Written Apr 29, 2005

    Local deli, that serves pretty decent food.
    The small store is located inside an old double decker bus.

    Favorite Dish: dessert!

    Fairhaven Village
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South Bellingham Shopping

  • by SunshineSuzie Updated Aug 28, 2008

    Sunshine Liquidators has been compared to Deal's Only, Barganica, and Bellingham Grocery Outlet, but I feel it is more fun to shop at Sunshine because of the friendly staff. I am always met with a smile and a "hello", their prices are usually lower than their competators, and they have a wide range of merchandise. Their average stock ranges from canned goods, boxed meals, car accessories, incense, tools, candy, cereal, and cleaning supplies. They also carry furniture at reasonable prices which is usually lightly scratched, but quality new items. This is a must visit on any bargain hunter's shopping trip in Bellingham!

    What to buy: Condiments are always a great savings as well as juices, alcoholic mixers, and snack foods.

    What to pay: You can walk in and spend .50 or $500.00 and always feel like you got a great deal! You can walk out with a full cart for about $80-$100. They also accept EBT cards

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    by LeoM Written Apr 29, 2005

    Local shopping for arts and crafts, books, beads, and other localized shopping.

    What to buy: Local artwork, and antiques, and coffee, and food.

    What to pay: depends on what you want to buy

    downtown Shopping
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