No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
TripAdvisor Reviews Catalina Apartments Bellevue
Travel Blogs from Bellevue
... a ton of it. The entire meal took me forever to eat and I was even more sad when it was gone. After I happily paid for my meal I made my way back to the terminal but explored the downtown area and all the shops that were buzzing with tourists. It wouldn't be a bad life to live simply on one of these small islands only accessible by ferry, definitely a nice change of pace. After the shops came the bainbridge museum filled with local art from the island. You could easily ...
An early start and a lot of bags to get down and out to the taxis. Thankfully the excitement of the impending train trip helped keep everyone in good spirits and ticking along. It was a rather long morning on the train, Matty especially had trouble sitting still. He had to be reminded countless times to stay out of the aisle so people could go past. The length of our trip was about 4 hours which was about their limit!! It was raining when ...
Today we woke up late and I did not have a good nights sleep due to over eating last night. We did not have breakfast which was good. We wounded down some of the side streets and found some of the shopping that I am far more used to in Hong Kong. We stopped off at McCafe and had a coffee and muffin. Then headed to the Space Museum but discovered it did not open until 1pm which was 2 hours away. ...
... 000 - 100 000 men, working in timber, shipping, liquor industry. Also there was about 3000 seamstresses in the town. Only thing, there was no sewing industry there. So with all those single men in the town, they worked out what the seamstress industry was. So they had no only a tax on timber, liquor shipping, they also had a $10 a month seamstress tax. Where the logs slid down ...
... delicious sweet oranges, pomegranates and strawberries. Unfortunately we are too early for peaches and apples. A popular roadside treat is freshly squeezed orange or pomegranate juice. We had the latter several times; it is not as tart as I feared.
You like Turkish delight? It is everywhere; you can not get away from it. Same story for pistachios, cashews, walnuts and spices. It is a snackers paradise.
Turks drink tea, tea and ...