Old Trout Bed and Breakfast
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Well yesterday we did some Christmas shopping, came home and had a wiener roast. The day slipped by. Today it was seniors day at the casino. The buffet lunch was 5 bucks. The food was amazing. If you buy 20 dollars worth of slots they give you a voucher for 25 bucks, so we each did that. An hour and a half later we were back at the campsite. Our 40 dollar investment turned into ...
October 6 & 7th When this trip was in the planning stages, we thought that after doing excursions from the ship daily and being in Istanbul for 3 days, it would be a good thing to take out a couple of days to lounge at the beach on a Greek Island. That was the premise. The best laid plans, and all that ,,,, As chief planner, I have to take responsibility for some of the ensuing events, though even I cannot be accountable for weather. The plan was: fly ...
... The city, which is an acropolis, of Mycenae was unearthed in the mid 19th Century through the efforts of a German entrepreneur/archaeologist named Heinrich Schliemann. The discovery of this amazing and often well preserved city which overlooks hundreds of miles of land at a lower level, including a view to the Saronic Gulf provided work for scores of historians. This was one of the major centres of Greek civilization in the 2nd Millenium B.C., with a ...
Today is our last in USA until we reach Alaska. We are parked in a truly beautiful location beside yet another Boondocker host in Anacortes. Behind us are the islands and water of Deception Pass State Park. Carl, our host who has set us up beside electricity, water and even a dump station didn’t complain when Nigel reversed, ever so slightly into the corner of ...
... The roads after the crossing were very small and wove through farm country. It surprised us that coming into the USA was so rural, but that's the way it was.
We found our campground and settled in - glad to be "home" again. We detached the car so that we could do some grocery shopping and the car wouldn't start! It was a long trip over a mountainous terrain today, so we used the Brake Buddy a lot ...