Birch Bay Hostel and Guest House

7467 Gemini St., Blaine, Washington, 98230, United States | Hostel
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This hostel is located on 7467 Gemini St., Blaine.
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    Travel Blogs from Blaine

    How do you recap 6 months in Europe?

    A travel blog entry by slee604 on Jul 10, 2014

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    ... j)"Special" desserts and beer with Stef on our house boat
    3. (s)Van Gogh Museum and Anne Frank house / (j)Stroopwafels

    1. (s)1 euro Beligan waffles / (j)Getting our medieval fair on!
    2. (s)Belgian fries sandwich / (j)Belgian Fries
    3. (s)Belgian chocolate stores with the same number of samples as Costco / (j)Awesome beer selection

    Ruskin Place Musings

    A travel blog entry by weecousins on Jun 27, 2014

    12 photos

    ... flight they took off two at a time and flapped their wings together in
    a beautiful harmony of white feathers against the blue sky. They gave me
    hope-hope for a man who is right for me, my shadow man, who will walk beside
    me. Before I was sure of what these majestic birds were called, I knew. one
    night I heard 3 short, crystal clear tones. The closest I can describe in the
    wild was the call of an elk, and to compare with man-made things, it would ...

    Two Loyalist descendants try to understand.

    A travel blog entry by loyalist on Jun 18, 2014

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    ... soldiers, refugees and their families wrangled with the government and the surveyors over their land grants. DeLancey's eventually received theirs along the Saint John River. The men resumed their lives and created the new Province of New Brunswick, where many of their descendants remain today. MAVIS: So we are finally getting to New Brunswick. This story still needs a bit more romance. How did John meet Martha and when did they marry? CHRISTINE: Well, I am quite convinced ...

    A Trip On "The True North"

    A travel blog entry by englishclass3 on Apr 05, 2014

    ... say it is Canada’s most beautiful city, surrounded by mountains and the Pacific Ocean. Skiing in the Rocky Mountains and sailing in the harbour make Vancouver one of Canada’s most popular cities to live in. Its population is increasing rapidly. The coast north of Vancouver has some of the oldest and most beautiful forests in the world. It is so wet there that the trees are extremely tall, some measuring over 90 metres. ”


    Vancouver to Seattle - the Cascades train

    A travel blog entry by revelstokian on Nov 15, 2013

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    Up at 0430 (yawn), some last minute packing, and into the taxi at 0500. Instructions were that we were to be at the station an hour before the 0640 leaving time and we were there in plenty of time, hoping to be early in the line-up at security. We walk into the station only to find a handful of people, many of whom are going to be getting on the bus to Victoria. While Joan filled out the customs forms and watched the luggage, I dashed through the raindrops across ...