Bird Rock Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I’m already wondering when I will be back on the ferry to Friday Harbor, watching for wildlife or working on one of the puzzles (the local way to spend the time onboard).
If you only take one thing away reading this, I hope that it’s if you haven’t been to the San Juan Islands yet, you owe yourself a visit. You will not be disappointed.
... of the vantage points the ship had to offer.
After disembarking I met two people staying at the same hotel as me. It turns out we were attending the same program. The program was unofficially underway.
We gathered for a welcome session where we received our program packets, name tags and an introduction to the week ahead. Randy, from the sponsoring office, Lauri, our Group Leader, and Angie, our caterer were on ...
On the move again.We were up at 5.00 am to return to Calgary airport to fly to Victoria in Canada. It was an hour and a half flight and we arrived half and hour after we had set off, all very confusing.We got a taxi to the amazing hotel we are staying in.After settling in and having a cuppa we went for a walk around the harbor.There are ...
We ended up chatting to this articulate and independent lady, by her own admission no longer a “youngster”, who enjoyed life by riding her bike from place to place with just the basics in camping gear on board. Not just riding around say a couple of states in the USA. It turned out she had ridden most of the route we were engaged with from Argentina to Alaska, not once but twice, and had over the years travelled extensively in Europe and in many other ...
... in a small bus in which 11 people would fit (excl. the driver). We started out with a Finnish girl, an Australian guy, two girls from England, a German guy, a Hungarian girl, one male German/Japanese-Austalian-wannabe (a.k.a 'Shakapenis’ –that has to do with his Japanese last name…) and one guy from Belgium (French/German part) who lives in Germany. When we moved to Victoria another guy from Wales joined us.
Our first stop was when we had to wait to get in ...