BEST WESTERN PLUS Silverdale Beach Hotel
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... powered and sail. They also support the development of the craft of boat-building and wooden boat restoration. The park is really set up more like a marina, and there were wooden boats docked everywhere. Some were just for viewing, but others were open to the public, and you could just board them and look around. There were also tents set up where craftsmen were demonstrating boat-building skills, and even building wooden kayaks and row ...
... t see why an entry should not appear on the blog in the exact way that I type it in.... Oh well, this whole blog thing is an experiment anyway. So, I deleted that list, as it was near impossible to read, the way this sight formatted it.
One more day at home.
PS: Also want to point out that when I try to store this entry, and ...
... and Mt Rainier in the background as well. Great views! To complete our stay, we had drinks at The Crocodile. Nirvana, Alice in Chains, Pearl Jam, Yoko Ono, the Beastie Boys, REM and the Presidents of the United States of America have played there! A couple of drinks and a delicious cranberry shot later we wandered home. I got to chat with my sister as well which was the perfect end to an amazing day. Starting the drive to Olympic National Park tomorrow. Love love! ...
... blocks from the hotel. We enjoyed a swim in the hotel pool before being collected by a driver from a well known waterfront restaurant "Cutters" (a service offered to hotel guests). We enjoyed our meal but enjoyed more, our interaction with our server, Annie. She was a delightful girl, who told us of her experiences living in Alaska in a fly fishing village. We were surprised when she returned to our table to be ...
... and I feel so lucky to have experienced the national parks. The wildlife and scenery will stay with me forever, let alone the awesome hikes. All that said and humour aside, I have thoroughly enjoyed my American trip and it's probably the best thing that I have ever done. It's a great place to travel round; each state is filled with diversity, culture, indulgence and it's so easy to meet people with great vibes along the way. There is a distinct difference between the busy, historic ...