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Living Space - Design NJ, February/March 2006109 viewsPage 36 - courtney side chair
Bay Window seat
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Bethany Indonesia Atlanta Church, Ibadah Raya Bersama Pdt. Abram Suala165 views
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Bethany Indonesia Atlanta Church, Ibadah Raya Bersama Pdt. Abram Suala125 views
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Bethany Indonesia Atlanta Church, Ibadah Raya Bersama Pdt. Abram Suala188 views
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This is a lighthouse near Tillamook , dont miss it if you ever go here.111 viewsThis city has numerous hotel and restaurant options and is another one of Oregon's favorite destinations. Further to the south are Newport, Waldport, Yachats and Florence. These are four popular destinations on the Central Oregon Coast. People traveling this region love to visit the Oregon Coast Aquarium, Heceta Head and the Sea Lion Caves. Coos Bay, Bandon, Port Orford, Gold Beach and Brookings finish up the Southern Oregon Coast.
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My Trip to the west coast - one of the nicest trip I have ever had156 viewsThey are also the closest cities to Portland and offer very nice vacation rental, resort and motel accommodations. Just a short drive south of Cannon Beach you will find the Manzanita Area - the three towns of Manzanita, Nehalem and Wheeler offer a community with a small feel, relaxed setting and terrfic beach along with fishing and kayaking on the Nehalem River and Bay. As you continue south you will find one of the larger and more entertaining cities, Lincoln City.
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Oregon - Seattle Coast Hwy 101119 viewsThe neighboring cities of North Bend and Coos Bay are the coast's largest urban communities, with museums, shopping, theaters and an active cultural calendar. From either town, take a side trip west on the Cape Arago Hwy. that leads to Charleston, Shore Acres State Park And Historical Gardens and Cape Arago before rejoining Hwy. 101. Next is Bandon, a coastal center with art galleries, theaters and shopping. Nearby, walk through the West Coast Game Park Safari, or enjoy antique shops in Langlois.
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A bay view just across from Pike Place Market126 views
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132 viewsMeet Alki, the sea otter pup born at the Aquarium. Walk under the water in a glass dome as bluntnose sixgill sharks and other Elliott Bay creatures swim all around you. Touch a sea anemone. Learn about the lives of salmon at the world's first aquarium-based salmon ladder. Marvel at the impossibly bright-colored coral reef fish. And don't forget to wave to the giant Pacific octopus.
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Flowers Shop at Pike Place Market180 viewsAs a tourist you slowly wander your way through the market trying to take in all that is Seattle represented in this one place. It is oohing and ahhing over local produce, fresh seafood, and fantastic butchers. it is Whispering to your companions how if this was your city you would come shopping here ever week. As a local shopping at the market is one of he most rewarding challenges there is. It is stopping at your preffered coffee shop on the way in, so you avoid the lines at that corporate giant.
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Bay view from Pike Market119 viewsTraveling by ferry is a state of mind as much as a means of transportation to some of the Puget Sound's most historic and scenic sites. Views of the Olympic and Cascade mountains, the Seattle cityscape and the green shorelines will draw you out onto the deck to feel the salt breeze on your face. The state ferry system takes passengers and their vehicles from Seattle and nearby departure points to Vashon Island, the Kitsap Peninsula, the San Juan Islands and Canada.
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Another Flowers from Pike Place Flowers163 viewsAs a Tourist the market is all flying fish, craft stalls and coffee shops. It is 2 Seattle's Best within a block, it is the first ever Starbucks. It is the Creamery with a plethora of cow decorated merchandise, It is the vegetable stands with the vegetables so artfully displayed that signs admonish you not to touch it. It is sculptures made of Mt St Helens Ash.
It is t-shirts, and dried flowers and spice houses and tea markets. it is the shops in the bowels of the market with goods from Latin Americ
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