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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We started our day by going out to Dave and Crystals house. She took a personal day to spend with us and show us the sights. He took time from his busy work schedule to meet us for breakfast at the Samoa Cook House. Tons of delicious food and they just keep bringing you more! Dave had to get to a meeting so Crys took us all over town. She even took …
... we couldn't return to the house so we slept on the couch in Dave's living room and were there when Vivi awoke Christmas morning. There is always a bright side to what appears to be a dark moment.
Unfortunately there was an other incident. Rich & Jen went to see a movie and their car (and others in the lot) was broken into. They had coats and the gifts they received for Christmas taken. No one was injured and it is a ...
... and wearing soothes that look like he just rode in off of the range. There are pictures hanging on the wall of him with all kinds of people in all kinds of situations. Even getting 'caught' in bed with two beautiful women. Such fun.
Dinner was top notch as was our evening with Dave and Crys.
Hopefully I will find a photo or two of Shamus to post ...
... a neighbouring town to get gas at Costco and stop in for a few treats for the road.
Our plans for tonight included another ocean view dining room but Costco is south of the hotel and the restaurant is north so we decide to change our plans. Lyndsey is not happy ...
... will be an even more special place to visit. They also have several impressive murals as you can see in the pictures.
The other thing that we noticed when we arrived, besides the sun, was the number of recreational sailboats. Everywhere we have been the marinas so far have been full of commercial fishing boats and smaller recreational fishing boats. Here and there we have seen a sailboat or two. Most were in ...