Inn Harmony Guest Homes
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... signal would turn to the flashing red hand so I could catch my breath and give my calves a break. Pathetic, I know. I have officially started my year of living off free wifi with no shame. Loitering outside stores to catch a signal or browsing casually inside and asking for their wifi password will be a common theme. I'm at the airport now waiting to fly out to Tokyo. Although I've had a great first five days, I can still very much tell I'm in North America ...
... freeway and seeing the beautiful white coloured mountain was a lovely sight. It is 14411 feet high and is the second highest mountain in U.S.A. There are 36 Glaciers on the mountain and it is volcanic, last eruption was in 1894. It was not long and a few yawns, so all off to bed reasonably early, all ready for a good solid sleep again. Weather; Cloudy till 1100 then fine and sunny, no wind, no rain. Temp; 19 ...
... back to our hotel to get ready to go to the cruise ship. We met back up with our friends Brian and Carol at the dock. After an efficient and easy check-in, we were on the Celebrity Solstice with a farewell glass of champagne! We spent the rest of the day acquainting ourselves with the ship and saying farewell to Seattle as we relaxed at the ...
... the maple bacon, the blueberry and even the ‘plain’ was delicious.
Then off to Portland about two hours north. Oregon is a gorgeous looking. It had been drizzling since we left Eugene but as we came into Portland is started to clear up. We drove around looking for a park and couldn’t find anything on the street so went into a pay and display type park. Just as we were going to pay ...
... br> As we were walking away from the river and toward the car we caught a strong whiff of chocolate. Turns out that we were right next to a chocolate factory. We had to pass on a tour because it would have ended after our parking had expired but we did check out the store. This store had so many free samples and the pieces were gigantic. I must have had an entire chocolate bar (plus a little more) just in samples. My top three were the plain milk chocolate, a ...