Econo Lodge Inn & Suites Bellingham
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... on Sightseeing: $81
Not too shabby!
3, Vancouver is friendly:I was very impressed with the folks in the service industry. I'm not sure about the rest of the locals, but everyone at the restaurants were chatty and friendly. They wanted to know where I was from, how long I was staying and if I enjoyed Vancouver. There was a lady at the Skytrain station asking if we needed help as soon as we got to our platform. And Amtrak? Wow! ...
... in the early 1850's during the gold rush, there was a new bakeshop. The owner had just painted a canvass sign and had hung it out to dry. A passerby saw the sign, which was hung backwards with the B hidden. The passerby only saw the letters Yreka. So he assumed that was the name of the town.....and now you know the rest of the story! On a sour note, our hydraulics motor decided to quick working. The hydraulics work the slides and jacks. We ...
... morning August 2nd. Only 1,400 miles 'till we hit Carbondale. Our first night was spent at a RV park in the middle of the State of Washington's wine country. We were within walking distance of seven vineyard stores. It took us to the third store before we hit the magic vat. Bought a 1/2 case of local wine and lugged it by foot back to CC. Too bad we didn't have the wine for the ferry trip. Ferry wine ... sounds good to me. Might ...
... have to take the car for a service.” OK, that’s fine with me. “And we still need to get those shoes we didn’t have time to find yesterday.” Now that was a slick move!
We drop the car at the dealer, and are in turn dropped at the nearby mall. While shoe shopping is pretty awesome, I graciously offer to give the ladies some “girl time”. I actually spotted ...
... who come for the great food and car enthusiasts drawn by extensive memorabilia of American muscle cars and hot rods. A short drive
from the diner and we reach the ferry terminal expecting the normal wait before
loading. The lady at the gate tells us
if we are quick we can still catch the 2:00PM ferry instead of the 3:00PM one
we had booked. We career through a
slalom of loading lanes and ramps and slide to a stop next to ...