11th Avenue Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free parking
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Having a Sleeper on a long train trip is an interesting experience. When you first arrive in the Sleeper you look around - wondering where the beds are coming from and how comfortable they'll be, and hoping there's actually enough room to fit in. Well - I'm pleased to report that the accommodation on our train was fantastic! We had enough room to sleep 3 in our compartment - the couch folded to a double bed and there was a separate single bed that folded ...
... stores is that they smell like years and years of collecting dust and look like a scene from an old horror movie but the history in some of the items in this place was amazing and I'm sure if I could afford it I would need a sea container for all the beautiful furniture I wanted. After looking through the store we headed back along the river we got a little lost and saw a staircase leading up to the back of the markets with a group of locals ...
... Julie’s immaculately prepared mash and veggies.
Tuesday was a big disappointment for both of us, as when we woke there was a deluge to greet us. We drove as far north as we could without needing our passports, and drove around Glacier National Park for a couple of hours. Unfortunately, we saw very little glacier or snow, but I can report that the lake was full. Tuesday night was a very cold evening in Sandpoint, Idaho. Not much to report there, apart ...
Who thought that quitting your job and choosing to travel the world would get complicated? OK, in all actuality, of course it's complicated, but I guess I didn't anticipate the stress just to get ready to leave before even stepping foot in an airport. They say that moving and changing jobs are two of the most stressful things you can do in life. Here's how my experience went down: last day of work followed two days later by driving ...
... flown to her in some sort of macaroni jet several times a week. I don't know if that story is true but I hope it isn't because if Oprah eats that stuff a lot then I'm really quite concerned about her salt intake now.
So I mentioned a lot of things burn down in North America (except for Halifax; Halifax exploded). Seattle burned down once. After some consideration, the residents decided not to rebuild it in wood, and they went for the more fire retardant stone and ...