Island Country Inn
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a new school next year) and we absolutely needed to be there! The gods were with us and all flights were on time and we arrived back in Seattle in plenty of time to attend the big event.
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+ One of our top 10 trips, maybe top 5. Great scenery, great food, great weather and fun travel companions.
+ Loved the food and wine we ate both on and off the ship. Loved the cleanliness of the area also; everything was neat and ...
... and have it emailed to you. Great marketing! Before entering Chihuly, Dick happened to notice a guy with a green and white shirt on. YES, folks, a fellow Spartan alumnus (of mine) who was going to the big game between Oregon and Michigan State on Saturday. Going to be a very tough game. MSU is an 11 point underdog. That is better than the two TD spread from a couple of days ago! Keeping my fingers crossed!!! Hope that State can do ...
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... experience and I'm very happy to have helped out family when they needed it.
It was a great visit and absolute joy to spend those two weeks with them! We don't have an ample amount of opportunities to see each other, so any time together is always appreciated. I know now that wherever I end up settling down, it's important to me to be within an easy trip's distance of my sister. Next up, a train to Vancouver and flying to ...
... lenses that probably cost between $2,000-$4,000 and then a guy that worked on the boat had a lens that was probably close to $10,000...WHAT!? Dude, whale watching is no joke. The boat guy turned his photos into a CD or DVD that were for sale as a slideshow or just a CD full of photos. The CD cost $30 and the DVD cost $40...wow. They're probably just trying to pay off that lens...
After whale watching I went to get Jamba ...