The Commander's Beach House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... the Main Street. Jan and I managed to shop a bit, then we all met up for lunch at a waterside cafe. After lunch, we walked along a beach looking for sea glass, stones and driftwood. Langley certainly enjoyed frolicking in the water and Christopher's dogs were smiling ...
... drinking coffee. Everything you do that contributes toward keeping your teeth clean is worth it. Flossing, brushing, and rinsing your mouth every day won't really take up much of your time. Naturally, you'll need to see your dentist on a regular basis, as doing so is an important part of taking care of your teeth. The above recommendations can make it easier to keep your teeth clean so that your dentist has less to do when you do visit his or her ...
... through international cell phones are ridiculous. This will require you to carry two phones; my US based smartphone and the new Eurobuzz phone.
I hate carrying laptop computers when traveling. Too bulky and too risky. But remember, if you take your smartphone to Europe, you can use it anywhere there is free WIFI to access the internet. Getting your email over morning coffee at Starbucks, who has free WIFI in all their European stores, ...
... camping. I know that things will go wrong, but I just don't care! I'm going to leave on Wednesday or Thursday. It's Monday and I don't have a tent, a good idea of where I'm going to stay and I just changed my route to go see one of my Army friends added 100 miles to it. ...
We left Astoria quite early and had to cross this long, long bridge.
Washington State is what we entered as we got off the bridge. "The Evergreen State" and is it ever. I also love their rock guard rails and these poles ...