Coast Bellevue Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and was awoken to Maya laughing at me. She then fell asleep herself. Lots of other fun activities in our first month in the states which included a Kentucky Derby day at Emerald Downs race course, a trip to Taco Bell, a Seattle Sounders soccer game in front of a packed stadium, a successful completion of the sixty mile "Burke-Gilman," bike trail, a rainy day spent at Snoqualmie falls, dinner at the top of the famous Space Needle, Bear Creek Elementary activities like family bingo night ...
... painting of the countryside and she had two pictures that I was very impressed with they were just looking into a dark space, they were so well done.
After looking in a few different shops we decided to go into a bakery for a hot chocolate, it was very full and while Russ was in the queue I managed to get a table that sat four.
I'm taking a break from my Copenhagen blogging (Copen-blogging?), which I hope you are reading with the same glee I am experiencing whilst writing it, to ask for your help with Passports With Purpose 2013.
This is my 2nd year as a Passports With Purpose blogger, and the only blogger who is an Expedia employee. That matters, 'cuz my overlords are huge supporters of Passports With Purpose, and this ...
... had been so pretty and the sun had been shinning (although it isn't warm on the coast) all of the time. We had no need to be down hearted about leaving Cali though as the Oregon coast turned out to be even more stunning, had just as much sun, and it didn't get the fogs that Northern California did, so we could see everything. It was windy though, really bloomin' windy. We headed up the coast through the towns of western Oregon to our hotel in Bandon. Our hotel turned out to be a ...
... we got on our train and settled down we were quickly informed that we would be making an unorganised stop so that our train could get a new engine, which would then make us even later! We eventually made it to San Fran at midnight, nightmare is not the word. Once we had got to our accommodation it was nearly 2am and nobody answered the door. To say we were worried is understatement, stuck in the middle of nowhere with no phone and nowhere to stay! We walked the streets trying to find ...