Days Inn & Suites Vancouver
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Next we strolled the market briefly. They have all kinds of fresh fish and the most beautiful flowers I have ever seen. The flowers are not expensive and they were tempting but where do you put flowers in the car. We wanted to buy fresh fruit but that was outrageously priced so we passed and headed back to the hotel for noon checkout.
... register. I was in. I must confess to feeling a little out of place at first. It's a total hipster place and all the barbers are extraordinarily fashionable and avant garde young men with great heads of hair, to say nothing of their attire and moustaches. Here I was, dishevelled, bedecked with a bulky camera and messenger bag (murse) and sporting running shoes (cut me some slack - my feet hurt from the day before). Those shoes stared at me from under the barber's smock ...
... parts of the market. We spent the morning, watching, listening and buying vegetables for supper.
After lunching on tamales, we went to the big Portland Saturday Market in a park down by the river. It’s a craft market. There were crafts of all kinds. But the place of small and the vendor’s were close without much space for walking. There were no street musicians, although there was a juggler and a mime. ...
... working for me. So while it's easy, it does take time.
Writing keeps my hand in the travel business, and in many ways, travel writing is a driving force in the future of travel. As the world of how and why people travel changes, what is one constant that inspires, educates, and motivates? Not airlines, agents, tours, or hotels... Travel writing!
... in Seattle and passed Boeing Field; Seattle's largest manufacturing company where the airline build and test their planes. We also passed through Tacoma, which was known as the city of destiny as it was chosen as the terminus of the North Pacific railroad in 1873, don't you know? We passed through Olympia; the state capital of Washington, which claims to have the largest domed masonry building in North America, as well as Centralia - which was founded in 1875 by a former slave ...