Holiday Inn Express Bellingham
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... the Projection Room. It was because of the interest I showed in them that I learned from Maureen about the 'Spark Museum of Electrical Invention' in Bay Street Bellingham, so once my tour of the theatre was over, and lunch completed (at the Boundary Bay Brew Pub - a VERY fine Salmon Chowder, and a good ale) off to the Spark Museum I went.
The museum basically ...
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It's time to pull out of the cozy mountain refuge of Castle Rock and head to Bellingham. The drive will be pretty short today providing the traffic in Seattle isn't to bad. Today is Saturday so we should be able to find our way through without the weekday traffic jams.
Seattle, Washington is really pretty and thank goodness the traffic is minimal. We've all decided that we'll come back through on our way ...
This is my last blog from the road. I plan one more blog from home, which I have tentatively entitled "Reflections on Alaska and Points In Between." I can't give you a preview on that blog because I haven't reflected yet, but stand-by for my final blog -- it will be a winner. I plan to answer the question that all of you are dying to ask: "Would you do it again?"
Mush, mush CC, the barn door is only one day away.
Swapping things is a kind of national pastime here in Canada. Tired of your old cell phone? No problem, contracts are month by month so it's easy to swap and get that shiny new model. Don’t like your old stuff? Easy, just list it on Craig’s List and it’s gone – and you can always buy someone else’s discards while you’re browsing.
David has to work today. I volunteer to drop him to the sky train, with the ...