Fairfield Inn & Suites Burlington

Address: 9834 Old Hwy 99 N, Burlington, Washington, 98233, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 9834 Old Hwy 99 N, Burlington, is near Newhalem Visitor Center, Sauk Mountain Trail, and Tulip Valley Winery.
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    A travel blog entry by welshdr on Dec 01, 2013

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    ... dollars.  also interesting the $29 per person departure fee.... they only want US dollars....LOL!  David vicki here...  we are so excited to start our newest adventure...  only a couple days left to get everything done and packed !  so many fun things david has found for us to do.. we are going to do our best at telling you about our day and posting some pictures ..  we hope you guys enjoy our lil travel blog!!   para ...

    Back to the USA!

    A travel blog entry by carol_fred on Sep 04, 2013

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    ... now has nothing left to use up. Fun times on the road!

    One of the things we noticed about the roads in Canada is that their road signs are very polite - and sometimes funny. Some of the ones we saw were: "Please do not pass snow plows on right - danger" - do you think??? At the end of a work area, the sign would read "Resume speed, Thank You". And at the top of a steep hill coming into a town, the ...

    That's right, we stayed in the parking lot

    A travel blog entry by theheasleys on Aug 07, 2013

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    To leave Vancouver Island, we had to take another ferry to the mainland. From there we headed for the border. Only at the border, when they asked us if we had any food on board and we said yes, we had to park the RV and go inside to answer more questions and they searched our camper. They confiscated our cherry tomatoes and two apples. I don't remember why they took the tomatoes but they took the apples because they did not have ...

    Steamboat to Bellingham

    A travel blog entry by cjhans2 on May 10, 2013

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    ... time to spare. Landed in Seattle and was able to have my favorite fish and chips but not enough time for a beer. Have to catch a bus and ride through rush hour traffic it took over three hours to get to Bellingham. It was nice to have a cold beer after 12 hrs of traveling. Now I have to put my bike and trailer together so I can get a ride or two in before I take ...

    Watch out for Raccoons

    A travel blog entry by solinski on Jul 29, 2012

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    ... wander through the tunnels cut in the rock. Amazing still was the fact that they were still maintained so we could safely go through. The views of the rushing water in the canyon below were beautiful. It was worth the hour long visit to the tunnels. Its sad that we were warned in the visitor centre that many people have had their car broken into at this site. Even in the parking lot it informed you of it too. It even went so far ...