Spring Bay Inn on Orcas Island
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- High-speed internet in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Microwave in room
- Hot tub
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Spring Bay Inn on Orcas Island Olga
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... Jie rang me up and we headed back out thogether to get lunch before our whale watching tour at noon... When i get a signal i'll post pics... It was a 45 or so boat with a really nice deck on top. We were out for 3 hours total and saw many orcas and an unusual number of breaches too. After watching the huge orcas for about an hour we went along some seals basking in the sun in their perfect rock colored camoflage, then near an area across the canadian border to see ...
... into a pleasing arch. Repeat 5 more times! Eat sushi. Get certificate for excellence in training! Not everyone enjoyed this exercise, but we found it fun. No way we could eat all 6 pieces, though, especially when they added a bit more and a bowl of tempura! Stomachs full, head swelled from such achievement at lunch, we set off for the ultra high end Ginza shopping area of Tokyo. Not needing any $2000. designer purses or Gucci loafers, we simply wandered ...
The following morning, we were met, as planned, by Michael who would be our tour guide for 2 days as we drove in his comfortable van up through Corinth to Olympia to see the site of the original Olympic Games. Enroute to Olympia we were able to take in a lot of countryside scenery, including the Corinth Canal, an amazing structure built late in the 19the Century, separates the Gulf of Corinth in the Saronic Sea from the Peloponnese ...
... better. The hotel is a 3 star basic European hotel, clean, hard beds, standard breakfast. It has an elevator, a big plus, of course, though it wasn't working the evening we arrived. It was fixed by morning. Of course it was Friday 26th by the time we arrived in Athens. We had to take two cabs to accommodate the group of 7 with typically too large suitcases. We were quoted a price to the hotel. One taxi driver was quiet the whole ride, accepted his fare with ...
... with all of my gear but my bike and knees held fast. The spitting rain grew slowly more intense as I went upward which helped to keep me cool and comfortable. The view from the top of the mountain was murky as the vast scenescape of islands was shrouded in mist. I met a tour guide with 2 foreigners from Turkey who offered me a ride down (the driver had an empty bike rack). At first I refused but as I gazed down the steep, wet roads I realized how dangerous the ...