Farmhouse Bed & Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... line but are definitely looking forward to having a car in Portland, partly because of the clientele you find on the bus and secondly not having to stand out in the cold and wait for buses to arrive. Once we arrived at a familiar station we hopped off and walked the 2 blocks to the Centre. We took a couple more photos of the space needle, it really stands out amongst the other surrounding buildings. We arrived at the Science Centre ...
... Ichiba Market and then the Kushiro City Museum. John had been to most of these sights but he wanted me to see them. We first went to the Marshland and set off for the 40 minutes round trip walk through the marshland to the Satellite Viewpoint. This was a lovely view and we could see that autumn was fast approaching with the leaves on some of e trees turning. The walk was a little tricky in the sense that it was a timber boardwalk which was damp from the rain ...
... at aroun 2.30pm with us now sailing towards Japan. We will spend the next four days at sea but I am looking forward to Japan and this part of the trip. We were going to listen to Debbie Bacon in the Piano Bar but ended up staying in the Crows Nest. Dinner was good we had King Crab legs but as usual not enough. I decided not to have dessert tonight and I had cheese instead, very nice but no where near ...
... to listen to the conversation, it did make everything make a bit more sense. I mean, I just thought he was excited to talk to me and sweating so much due to the heat. Anyway, it's something I can tick off the bucket list.... "Ate free ice cream with two guys on acid " ✔️ While walking to the ice cream shop I also noticed a place that sold meat pies, something I have missed so so much since travelling! America and Canada don't do meat pies. ...
... chowder at a stall which was nice and then watched as a fish stall threw fish from one person to another. For lunch we went to a Russian pastry shop called Piroshky Piroshky (sp)which is apparently a Seattle institute. The pastries were nice, different to any I’ve tried before. Following this we eventually found the gum wall, a wall covered in thousands and thousands of chewed gum. I have no opinion on this.
Next Charlotte had read about the library and ...