Fairhaven Village Inn
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Gmahoney stayed here on Jun 11, 2013 during their trip titled: On the road.
Today, we were did a couple of things: We explored Bellingham on foot, went to Fairhaven, went to Lynden and to Tenant Lake.
We started at Whatcom (which is situated a few kilometers out of town). From there, Ulli drove a number of students in a college van and the other students joined Rachel Heller (our teacher from NHL) in her car. When …
... for our mid-night cruise to Juneau.
Four hours to Juneau; unfortunately, we arrived in port about mid-night. Nice timing, Ferry. We were asleep in our luxury cabin, on our bunk beds, rocking and rolling with the waves. Can't tell you anything about Juneau -- never saw it. It was only a ferry tale. So much for the first stop on our luxury cruise down the inner-passage.
Our second stop was Sitka and what a great stop it ...
... turn off the engines and float around for an hour or so. Back out to the waterway and we pass through over a hundred dolphin on our way to Roche Harbor on the Northwest side of San Juan island. Barb is thrilled when Gary gives her the helm for the approach into Roche Harbor. She steers the 36’ Norstart flawlessly into the harbor entrance, where the owner takes over. Roche Harbor is a yachties dream. Lots of slips, all of the amenities and great restaurants in a picturesque ...
... went for a ride up a mountain towards Samish Outlook. This pretty much was an open area on a mountain where some people would do paragliding (jump from a mountain with a parachute) and others would just enjoy the view. We were all making fun of the paragliding people, since they put their feet in these weird things that actually looked like sleeping bags. It was impressive to see these people 'just chillin' in the air. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking