Hampton Inn & Suites Burlington
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
- Microwave in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... far north of the islands. "Did any one have to get back on time?" If we went to look for the "animals" we would be an hour late returning.
After more that an hour we arrived at an area surrounded by boats. The "animals" were orcas. The captain never said what they were for fear that they would be gone by the time we got there. There was at least one family pod of ...
... It appears that they are currently decorated for the recent graduates.
Perhaps the best-known and largest piece of art work was place in 1990. Sitting under the Aurora Bridge is the 18 foot Troll. Residents pay homage to him as under his hand is an actual Volkswagen Beetle with California license plates.
Tomorrow our plans are to go on a whale watch around the San Juan ...
... 10's of millions of bulbs are shipped throughout the U.S. and Canada annually.
As a bonus there were hundreds of swans feasting in the fields, I've never seen so many swans together & out of water. I was some distance away but watched as the rear swan seemed to be herding some strays to the main group. "Come on get a move on - ...
Well we are almost home. I am sure all us will be happy to get home, in particular Freya (poop on arrival in RV) and Marti (clean up upon arrival). Hopefully we will get back to habits once we are home. We made good time and arrived 1100. We were able to check in and get settled. If we did need to shop we are across from a Super Walmart. We are below ...
Roche Harbor has an industrial past related to lime production. The mineral was mined and then passed through kilns before finding its way to Seattle, San Francisco and other ports. The wealth generated a vibrant community headed by a Scot named McMillan. After the heyday of lime the town was sold to families more interested in the tourism potential. The old homes and hotels were renovated for use in this new “industry”. Currently there is a development ...