Baymont Inn & Suites Bellingham
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but unfortunately missed the session but did catch a few players signing autographs. We had a look around the ice rink and then drove to the Upper village where Jill has her office. Jill works for a company that arranges accommodation and activities for tourists while they are in Whistler. We then headed to the village where we wandered the shops before settling at an open air pub for a drink and food. The weather was 29 degrees and it was beautiful. We moved pubs for more drinks ...
... short ride back to the ferry.
TWO SHIPS PASSING
In Ketchikan we walk the historic Creek Street district, and purchase a second native print, this time by a Tlingit artist, entitled “The Lovebirds”. It depicts ravens and eagles intertwined in alternating colors of black and red. According to Tlingit culture and tradition, each of us embodies the spirit of one or the other bird, and marriages serve to reinforce harmony in the community by creating ...
... decorated but very friendly staff made it someplace I would recommend and return to. Now doesn't that sound like a Yelp review of what?! LoL We that are now fed and watered - we are on the road trying to make it past Seattle before Friday afternoon ...
... in their vehicles), then squeezed my way to our luxury state room. Judy showed up with the luggage, snacks, wine; I couldn't help because I was still in panic mode. With all her trips back-and-forth between CC and our luxury cabin, Judy had worked up a beer thirst. We headed off to the bar. We ordered a pitcher of Alaska Amber; after drinking the whole pitcher, we were both now in full recovery mode. With panic dissipated, we were ...
... gear. We realise that the world must remain in balance. If five thousand Canadians head to the US beaches and shopping malls for their summer break, an equal number of Americans must go the other way to look at the mountains and bears.
At last, we reach the border. It’s Canadian immigration this time. The lines are much shorter and in a few minutes we are back in the land of Canucks and kilometres. Good to be back ...