Betty Macdonald Farm

Address: 12000 99th Avenue SW, Vashon, Washington, 98070, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 12000 99th Avenue SW, Vashon, is near Tillicum Village, Lincoln Park, Ed Munro Seahurst Park, and Seattle Chinese Garden.
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      Quaint Villages and Puget Sound

      A travel blog entry by kerridav1 on Aug 01, 2014

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      Farewell to beautiful Mt Rainier and back to Seattle. After the obligatory shopping stop at REI Dustin arrives to act as our chauffeur /tour guide of his beautiful city. We requested water views and he presented us with Gig Harbour, a town on a small inlet with sea kayakers practising their skills . Mt Rainier still loomed up in the background. The streets were lined with art galleries etc and it reminded me ...

      Day 6: Portland, OR to Vashon Island, WA

      A travel blog entry by greg-mary-scott on May 24, 2014

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      ... Version: This was a pretty uneventful trip, but it was serendipitous to find the laundromat, as we had been led astray by the GPS. Greg didn't mention that the trip to Vashon Island was taken by Greg driving onto, and after a short trip, Greg driving off of, one of the ferries that travel from the mainland to the islands in the Puget ...

      Where our Journey Begins

      A travel blog entry by on Apr 23, 2014

      18 photos

      ... Day 2
      Woke up bright and early met Gnomio, who is one of Drew's buddy who lives in Seattle! He was a hoot! We enjoyed a wonderful breakfast at a café then followed it up with a stroll of Seattle. We walked all day, enjoyed a nice lunch on Patio deck at a cutie restaurant, I tried oysters for the first time, can't say I am a big fan. Then the night got crazy, we Mcmenamins hopped to get our stamps, which only resulted in ...


      A travel blog entry by samlocke3 on Oct 19, 2013

      12 photos

      ... should be stone or brick. They also agreed to rise up from the muck that the original city had been laid on. So they built up walls and effectively raised the streets one storey higher. With the economic boom and gold rush that soon followed, the city expanded and the old original part, now underground, was soon forgotten about and became merely a rumour. Then a man named Bill Speidel decided ...


      A travel blog entry by nicole.duncan on Jul 24, 2013

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      ... the "first" (it's really the second) Starbucks. But I wanted to show my friend the way I remembered it as a child - a farmer's market filled with the best fruits, vegetables, fish, meats, and flowers in the area. When we arrived just after nine there was already a small line outside of Starbucks but the rest of the market was just getting going. Flower sellers were putting the finishing touches on their ...