Oxford Suites Silverdale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... to tuck a key to the front door into my money belt. Not taking a car has distinct disadvantages, but I'm loving the freedom to let someone else drive. Taxi delivered me in a timely manner (1 hour early) to the bus stop downtown. I was really glad to see the Dungeness bus pull up and Tony greeted me by name. A short ride to the Kingston-Edmonds ferry, time for a few pics, a really short ferry ride, and the last leg deposited me at ...
... there were families waiving torches on the dick as we sailed away. As John was not at all too good after he pulled his muscle in his leg he decided not to go to dinner and I went on my own. This was not great as John and Phil were pretty drunk as a result of all the free wine the Captain had put on to counter the disappointment of not going to Tokyo. This made our dinner conversation a little painful as these two are not good conversationalists when they are ...
... book your accommodation at least one month in advance. Pens down.
We did a few domestic things at first: checked out the local
Target to get a pre-paid phone and to buy Seb some t-shirts. The poor boy had
been wearing the same two shirts for the last two weeks and carried with them a
delicious aroma. Just as we were walking out of the shop, we got a phone call
from a mysterious American number. It was the owner of the Bike Friendly Hostel
and he was calling ...
... heartbreaking when you see a young person living on the streets probably through no fault of their own and it's even harder when they look as sad and desolate as the young man we saw today. All we had was a blanket and a chair to give him but hopefully it helps a little. I'm not sure what the American welfare system is like but the shear volume of homeless people around the last few cities we have visited suggests that it's not quite as generous as Australia's. ...
How much fun - shopping for our first ever REAL Christmas tree!!
And to top off the first day, Thrift shopping for some warm winter woollies:)) Wayne even scored a snowboard for $25 and for me - a pair of Italian leather boots $10!!!!!