Bishop Victorian Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the Ridge offers spectacular 200-degree vistas. We spent a very worthwhile two hours there.
Then we headed east on 101 to Port Townsend, where we spent the night near the waterfront.
We met up with fellow PC alum Lawrence Hunter and wife Janet for a fun catch-up dinner at Silverwater Cafe. Back to the Swan Hotel c. ...
... front of the site.
I thought we would be much closer to the city limits than 15 miles away (around 30 min.), so I did not stop at Albertsons on the way in. We ended up at the general store in Joyce purchasing hot dogs and Spaghetti O’s for dinner.
After dinner, we walked down to the water. The Strait of Juan de Fuca’s tides are much different from the Atlantic Ocean. The evening low tide is ...
... you want a great smile, then work on good practices and eliminating any mistakes. These mistakes are often what spells the difference between a beautiful, white, and healthy smile and one that has a multitude of problems. These are important first steps you should take and then just commit yourself to taking good care of your body. If you have not seen your dentist in a long time, then do the right thing for your smile and health and make an ...
... have found a ferry friend and Jess someone from the gym whose aspiration it is to pop their clogs owning nothing. Heidi (from the ferry) and her husband sold their home and took their two young children on a 12-month road-trip organized around their clients’ locations to save money. Meanwhile, Jess’ gym friend and her husband have sold up and are Rome-bound, home-schooling their three children and seeing what life throws at them. Each family-member is allowed a ...
27th April, 2013. Last Sunday 'Marlboro J' should have bought his pack of 20 Marlboro Reds from the local tobacconist, donned his Akubra and headed for a mountain creek on the Olympic Peninsula, casting fly like a demi-god and reeling in Steelheads after a fight of epic proportions. What actually happened was I bought a day's fishing licence from Walmart, donned my riding jacket (sea shipment had not yet arrived) and headed for the sea at Olalla, casting fly into ...