Holiday Inn Express Bellingham
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... cruise ships docked right in the center of town. The town was all touristy, including barkers on the sidewalk to lure you into their stores. ( I actually didn't mind the barkers -- they were cut young women in mini-skirts.) We did buy some Alaska art work, but that was it. Supposedly there was a totem pole park somewhere in the city but we didn't have time to visit. We raced to find a cab and get back to the ferry before it sailed into ...
... now as you well know, sir, we can claim our discharge as soon as the anchor is down; so we don't want a row; it's not our interest; we want to be peaceable; we are ready to work, but we won't be flogged.'
"'Turn to!' roared the Captain.
"Steelkilt glanced round him a moment, and then said:—'I tell you what it is now, Captain, rather than kill ye, and be hung for such a shabby rascal, we won't lift a ...
Today our standard program only offered a international student panel from 1.30 p.m. - 2.30 p.m. I wanted to work on my master project in the morning, so I went to college early. I read a book which mainly focused on some facts about sports in America. I found amounts of money spent on the most popular sports in America, numbers on the amount of people playing certain sports etc. This was quite interesting and actually forms the basis of my project. I decided to ...
... the day had cleared up & it was a bit sunny & warm which was sooo nice to see some sunshine :) In the time we'd been shopping 3 or 4 other RV's had pulled in & were setting up for the night. We weren't camping at Walmart tonight (although Ben is still dead keen to give it a go) so we headed over to Bellingham RV Park. We were just winging it & didn't have a reservation, so it was lucky we arrived when we did as they were closing. The guy in the office saw us pull ...
Left our camp this morning& drove to Whistler, had thought we might get there yesterday but because the road was so windy we didn't make it. Whistler was the site for the 2010 winter Olympics, we had a look around, walked around the village. There wasn't a lot of snow left on the mountains but the chairlifts still go for the mountain bikers, there are trails right down the mountain & there were guys (& ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
We didn't really stay here
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