Hampton Inn Bellingham Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... laughing at the near misses and almost wannabes. Lots of limping people walking around that's for sure .... And lots of tiny guys, barely old enough to ride a bike, fitted out with the works heading up the mountain too. A day for housekeeping .... Well that took 5 minutes and then the usual washing that has to be done and a nice relaxing walk around the park. It's HUGE! We didn't even see half of it. Had a few laughs watching a guy back his gigantic 5th wheeler into a massive ...
... the selected workers were quick to back fill and tamp the hole. Within a few minutes the pole was stable in the ground and the crowd cheered and danced in calibration. It was a moving experience for me to be included in a special ceremony of an ancient culture. The Centennial Pole was now in place.
As is custom with such an event, a Potlatch followed. I was honored to sit at the head table with prominent clan members. The food was all native and included Herring Roe on ...
... agree with Nancy and Gary that Bellingmam must surely be one of the most beautiful towns in America. Expansive views of the Pacific ocean, Bellingham Bay, San Juan Islands and the Canadian mountains on one side and lovely Lake Whatcom on the other side, all within the city limits. From some vantage points in the city you can see the Ocean and lake views all at the same time.
We loved our afternoon trip to ...
... named George cooking omelettes over a little gas stove in the corner. He’s a whiz at flipping and folding everything in his little pan. We are just seated at our table with plates of fresh cooked goodness when my phone rings. “Hi, it’s Murray. We’re all done and ready to be picked up. We can grab a cab to your hotel if you like.” I think about the twenty-minute drive to the cruise terminal. I ...
... 8217;s time to pile back into the Dodge to head back to Surrey.
Kirsty reminds us it’s still Canada Day, and suggests driving back through some of the popular spots to soak up “the vibe”. Those locals who didn’t want to sit in lines for hours at the border crossing all look extra patriotic dressed in red and white clothes with slogans like “I’m from Canada eh?” We also pass a few bus stops ...