Bird Rock Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... be settled without bloodshed.
After lunch back at the hotel, we walked down to watch the local elementary school’s costume parade. The children walked around the downtown area, proudly displaying their Halloween costumes. While we’ve been learning all week about the sense of community on the islands, today we got to see it in action.
In the afternoon we went to the San Juan historical ...
... stay a while and play poker. After Manuel leaves I start getting clothes and other essentials ready for our visit to Canada. I took a break to walk Chuckie, while doing so I ran into Janice at her RV site. We had a long fun conversation and I let her know we are leaving early and headed to Canada. We traded contact info, hopefully we'll stay in touch. I finished walking Chuckie and went back to the RV to finish up what I was doing and to wait ...
... the island to the southern tip. This is Shell Beach. There was some type of pirate circus group on site when we arrived, so the tents were set up at the far end of the beach. It turns out that we were just above the high tide line!
A hike to Princess Cove to see the tourist information signs preceded supper, and then it was off to bed early. Miraculously, my sleeping pad repairs ...
... balcony with the crowd launching into a choreographed number on the cobbled street below him. Is this what London will be like?
We leave in a week for their first trip to Europe. In preparation, we’ve fed the kids on historical children’s novels and Edwardian musicals, giving them a romantic but hardly accurate impression of today’s London and Paris. I need to gently remind them that the horse-drawn hansoms and chimney ...
... fast but at the same time was prone to the bumps of the waves. We cruised out and along the coastline to the west looking to spot orca in the bays. We didn’t see any, but we stopped at a prison where they let the inmates go fishing, a crag with a bald eagle and 2 sea otters, and an island where small birds were swooping a bald eagle that was too close to their nest.
As we turned to head for home, we got a call over the radio that we had missed a ...