Inn At Port Gardner
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... was actually incredibly bad. But I got another beer called Gosser. It was a Marzen beer, which was very good too.
By the time I was done with dinner and ready to try and sleep, Spiderman was almost over. But I was too tired and too uninterested to finish watching it. So I just tried to sleep.
And that's what I consider the end of my Saturday.
P.S. Daily Step Count = 6,690
Miles walked = 2.97
... our snack, we met a volunteer ranger named Michael M. We talked about the climbers on the mountain and the extreme dangers that go with it, bears (bears in Ranier, bears in Alaska, bears in the Smokies) and other wildlife, etc. for quite awhile. We saw what we thought was an otter crossing the snow field above us earlier. While we were talking with the ranger, another popped up close by. It was much larger close up. He told us it was called a hoary marmot (hoary, not hairy). ...
... I would agree.
We had no idea of how much Christianity flourished in Turkey in ancient times and how many important events took place there.
The people are cordial and friendly. The Turkish language is not so easy, but we learned a few phrases which seemed to endear us to the local people when we tried to speak their language.
There was absolutely NO concern about safely. Sadly the future tour bookings are ...
... a lot. In fact it looks and feels a lot like two empty tin cans sandwiching a dirty old mattress).
A flight map shows me millions of white dots over the USA (all the planes in the air RIGHT NOW. HOW DO THEY NOT COLLIDE?)
Our cheery guide rattles off countless facts about Boeing. The heaviest loads planes carry are often flowers (water and container weight). A small basic passenger plane with no furnishings costs around $350 million dollars ...
... two story villas opposite a pretty as a picture beach, so that worked out really well. It was a little cold to sit out at night so we took advantage of the local pizza delivery and ordered a pizza twice the size of Tess and sank some local beers and wine. The day after was christened 'Goonie' day as we were about to hit the coastline where the majority of the 1985 classic children's film was filmed. As a happy co-incidence our destination of Astoria at the top of the coast was also ...