Days Inn Bellingham
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Italy. As I learned from the PBS documentary The Italian Americans, there were many derogatory names for Italians. Things like Ritorni (“return” because Italians would always return to Italy with the money they’d made), Dago (“day-goers” because they would work all day) and WOP (“Without papers” or as Rosie described another meaning, “the sound poop makes when it hits the wall”), were all names ...
... the Cascades has active volcanoes of various types).
The little ice and snow gems along the way that still cause me wonder, some for their beauty, and some for their oddity - ice waterfalls by the side of the road; house roofs where, depending on the roof angles, some facings have a smattering of snow frozen in place, and some don't; one side of ...
... 9 a,m. and from somewhere other than Piraeus, so it would not have been a viable option. All other ferries landed 2 miles away, as ours had. And so we passed a leisurely morning. By 1 p.m. we were ready to have lunch, but as we sat down at a table we noticed a rather large black cloud moving in. It moved so quickly that we had to abandon our table on the patio and come right inside quickly before the food arrived. Fortunately we did so because within ...
... with Taryn and Ash but Kev wanted to FaceTime Ashlee ..... "How embarrassing" she said ... Facetiming from a pub! But at least she could hear the entertainment. After dinner we went to finish off my money. I kindly gave Kevin ANOTHER $20 .... to lose .... But he managed to start winning a few games and went up and down around $30. I put my coupon in and started playing ......... AND ....... Won another $1355.37 I can't believe this game ..... I think I'll take up Woolly ...
... and have a nice view of the pass. From here we wobbled and rattled our way into Lynden, as the RV gets some serious shaking going on when we hit between 45-50 miles per hour. We are glad we made it into Lynden drama free and all wheels still in tow. We all packed our suitcases as the RV is to e services tomorrow and we have no idea how long it'll be away for. Then we had dinner and I went ona fire pit hunt as we wanted one last campfire before ...