Waterville Historic Hotel
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Dave and Amy went out of their way to make us feel totally welcome and at home. The accommodation was superb in every way.Not only will you not be disappointed but they will exceed all your expectations.
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... Weather was pretty iffy most of the day but was a very scenic route. Stopped at Astoria at the Best Western - good hotel - rate $108 plus $15 for George. Was clean and relatively new. Ate dinner at the Ship Inn which was a good seafood place. Basic and definitely not fine dining but good ...
... hopefully next year it will be better......George started drooling before we hit Westbank and threw up his breakfast (note to self not to let him eat before we leave) before we got to Penticton. He continued drooling on and off most of the day! Border crossing was easy and quick. A lot of questions were asked about our snow bird status - i.e. proof of our residency in Canada. Was advised to have a full year of credit card statements as ...
... restaurant on top of the hotel which is along the Columbia River. The river-walk also makes for a pleasant jog.
Down the road on US2 is an interesting town named Leavenworth which is a Bavarian village, sadly I was not here during Oktoberfest but it looked like a great place to spend a day checking out shops and German fare.
... at Sears. It was actually quite a boring day compared to the days that we have had.
Today, we were back on the road and headed to Anacortes. The reason we headed there was because our hotel was full of bikies and they were going there. They had the Annual Oyster Run on, and there were thousands of bikies around.
We stopped at La Conner first and it was a really cute town. Full of small shops lining the street along the water. All these little towns ...
... beautiful nick.
When we moved on from there, we followed the coastline around Washington Park but due to heavy fog we were unable to see any vistas. we just drove along following the coast. We got our first lot of Gas since having the RV and it was so cheap I took a photo of the bowser...$47 it was expensive fuel too @ $3.95 per gallon, the going rate in town was around $3.50 anyways I was very happy. We stopped and had ice cream instead of lunch at a ...