Quality Inn Grand Suites
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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I went to a Neil Diamond Tribute Concert "America's Diamond in Concert" Sat night 29th Nov at the very beautiful Mt Barker Theatre (some pictures attached) in Bellingham about 30 mins north of Mt Vernon. It was an excellent show - Jay White is a VERY good imitator of Neil Diamond, so good in fact that Neil Diamond himself has praised Jay's performance. I was ...
We successfully and safely arrived in Bellingham, Washington! I did wake up early, and I am glad that I did, because the sunrise was incredible! I was rather impressed that the dock fit in such a small pier area, and there was no choice, but to back the ship in. We arrived at around 8 am, Pacific time, and we were allowed to go to our cars, but they had to empty the bottom hold first, and then they had all the cars in front of me back into ...
... only be about 90 minutes from here. Bellingham is sitting on a beautiful bay here in the northwest and has an amazing view of rocky, tree lined ocean vistas. There are mountains in the distance and piney tree packed islands that speckle the coast line. It's an outdoorsman's paradise here in Washington. The people you talk to seem to really love it here because of the many choices they have for outdoor ...
... us. Fortunately, we made it or I would be writing this blog from Ketchikan. So much for Ketchikan.
We had no more stops after Ketchikan so I'll just tell you about our cruise. I mean "ferry trip;" we weren't supposed to call it a "cruise." The first thing the crew tells you when you board the Columbia (our ferry) is: "this is no cruise ship." The minute we opened the door of our luxury cabin we knew they were right. Very ...
... before he starts his daily commute on the sky train. David is driving. He’s a local, and a guy. I therefore have to observe men’s etiquette rule 27 and suppress the urge to tell him to "turn right at 96". Waste mission completed, we swing past Tim Horton’s to grab our morning heart starters before David joins the crowd of enthusiastic workers heading downtown to start their Friday of fun. ...