Garden Isle Guest Cottages
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... hills through the beautiful neighborhoods full of craftsmen homes in pristine condition. We had lunch at Waterfront Pizza, opting to buy slices to go so we could sit outside on picnic tables overlooking the bay again. We couldn’t leave town without another cup of coffee at the same place. I could’ve sat there all day staring out at the bay. It was a very sleepy town, and two days was plenty of time to ...
... 2/3 c. ketchup
Combine gluten and nutritional yeast in a large bowl. In a separate bowl, mix together water, soy sauce, ketchup, garlic, lemon zest and spices.
Pour the wet ingredients into the dry and combine. Knead dough in the bowl for about 3 minutes until you have a spongy dough (this will look and feel like the most ...
... as if in an easychair... What fun. Joanna caught up on her sleep in one of several sleeping possibilities here...photos will follow later....you'll understand better by looking at them!!!! Just to give you an idea...I am staying on an old Cris-craft...I am not spelling that right though...I will sleep on a heated waterbed at the bow of the boat...AND we have wi-fi!!! What a ...
... a dinar al voltant de les 2:30 / 3:00.
Després d'això, vam sortir de l'illa de Vancouver en un ferri des de Sidney cap als EUA, a una ciutat anomenada Anacortes. El viatge en ferri va ser molt bonic perquè varem creuar les illes de San Juan, abans lloc de pescadors, ara centre turístic.
Espero que us hagi agradat el que he escrit en la meva primera entrada al blog. Si teniu alguna suggerència, si us plau, deixeu-me un comentari.
It's raining. Go figure. No wonder they call this area the "Gray Nor Wet". Since we picked up our tickets to BurningMan we have been all a twitter about the event and have made several unscheduled stops to look for festive personal decorations. We had lots of time over the last week, for you see, Mount St. Helens and Mt. Rainier decided to hide themselves in the dense clouds.
We drove 100 miles to see the crater, we even watched the entire film at ...