Hampton Inn Bellingham Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking hotel
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... were not common in other cultures. After visiting Italy, I can definitely see where these cultural differences came from. There is no personal space in Italy, as Washingtonians would fear, and no matter where you go or what you do, you run the “risk” of getting a hearty handshake, hug, or kiss on the cheek. And with restaurants open till midnight and dinner not starting until after 7, no one is in any rush to eat. Instead, meals are slow ...
... up onto the spool. I watched in
fascination. I thought I am not so sure I could do that.
But do it I did.
The next flight was mine. Everything happened so fast, it was a very different
feeling from an aerotow. From the moment
Drew said all out, my body was flung back against the seat, we lurched a few
hundred feet along the bumpy grass infield, then all landmarks disappeared for
about thirty seconds. At the highest point, at about one thousand ...
I did my tour of the Mt Baker Theatre this morning and very worthwhile it was too - my guide Maureen was lovely, and an excellent guide, and as I've said before, the theatre is beautiful so being able to see 'behind-the-scenes' was very enjoyable.
The tour had several other flow-on benefits too, one of which came out of my interest in the old projectors still ...
... Then checked the time and then had to go back to sleep. We started off on the drive towards Seattle on the major freeways. Only a few hiccups .... Being in the wrong lane etc but we eventually made it to Kent where we need to be to drop off the RV tomorrow. We found an RV park but he didn't take overnighters but redirected us to Saltwater Beach park. That is closed for winter but the maintenance guy told us Dash Point National park was open so we followed the coast road until ...
... a total of about 9 days! I am so thankful to God that he kept us all safe and harm free as we drove so many miles and drove so many dangerous roads. We crossed so many mountains too, and so quickly accidents can happen. I'm thankful we could have this opportunity to see such vast and amazing creations. And I'm thankful for the awesome time we've had, and the company of each other! :) So from Lynden, Washington, I'm over and out! 4600kms (2910 mi) 9 ...