Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Bellingham
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This Italian Restaurant is truly an authentic experience. With a warm greeting at the front door by owner Giuseppe Mauro himself, the Italian decorations and the great view of the Squalicum Marina at Bellingham Bay, customers can feel welcome and at home. His first restaurant in Washington was Trattoria Giuseppe on Whidbey Island in 1995. Later, ...
The next Saturday
found me once again out at the airfield where I spent a long, awesome day. The
gliding club is populated with a small number of very interesting characters: a
welding instructor, a judge nearing retirement, a commercial pilot, an
engineer, a doctor, a retired cabinet maker, two young boys and a number of
entrepreneurs. I got in a short flight with Drew in which I didn’t do much on
controls, but nevertheless had ...
... service on both rides.
4. Vancouver is safe: I felt safe walking alone at night and never felt like I was being watched or had to guard my valuables too closely. Of course, I still did.
5. Vancouver is troubling: Even though I felt safe, I saw a lot of troubled people here. Numerous times on the bus there were people who didn't look right or were slouching in seats. On Monday I heard a guy talking about drinking all day, and it was ...
An early start to a beautiful day! Early morning flight to Chicago and then onto Nashville. Flight was delayed two hours, making the journey that much longer and exhausting. Rent a van then trek down to Huntsville. Finally made it...hot and humid...and southern bugs?!? ...
... wants to meet a colleague today, but only needs to be downtown around 3:00 PM. We therefore have all morning and part of the afternoon free. Our happy extended household is suddenly split into two camps. The maroon camp suggests that it might be a good idea to try a dry run of the trip from Surrey to the station where the intrepid travellers will need to join the Rocky Mountaineer in the wee hours of tomorrow morning. The blue camp says that this ...