Rose River Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... i.e. “squirrel food” they were selling at the dock, took a few pictures of our beautiful ship – the Holland America Oosterdam – and we were back onboard before the 6:30pm leave time. We walked around the ship, checked-out the dinner menu (I was not impressed but I don’t necessarily like fru-fru food), and we decided to order room service. We were asleep by 9pm probably. Maybe these old people are on to ...
... the best I’ve ever eaten. We’re talking big chunks of crab in a thin, crispy pancake with a dollop of home-made remoulade sauce that let the crab be the star of the show. I’m ruined for life for the breadcrumb hockey pucks that are usually passed off as crab cakes. The rest of the market was a kaleidoscope of tents showcasing home-made, home-grown products: jewelry and jam, fruit and flowers, dog and human ...
... whipped into a gas station, jumped out of the car and proceeded to get some gas. He was quickly intercepted by a guy telling him it was illegal for him to pump his own gas. Oddly, the attendants don't expect a tip, even after washing your windows and checking your tires. Our first stop was Crater Lake. Talk about breathtaking, it was almost a spiritual experience. We had to stay in a little tiny, rural motel (but very nice & updated) because none of ...
... unsafe in America. Doors were locked, windows up and we were only out of the car for maximum ten minutes the entire time. It was really nice to see the memorial park for KC but I was expecting something a little more, however to see where he was from and to also see his childhood home was an experience I wouldn't pass up! The scenery was just incredible though. The drive through Washington has reminded me a ...
... and we will be home in Vancouver. The rest of the day was spent packing the suitcases and boxing some of the souvenirs we bought in various places. Our thanks to Cenon who made boxes for us and also gave us a surprise bag!