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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... in this part of the state is much different than that of coastal Washington - I would describe it as more mountainous desert than I expected.
There is a cute downtown area to be seen, and the hotel staff at the Coast was very friendly and interesting. If I were to return I would like to have the opportunity to eat at the ...
... were 20,000 and in the tourist magazine said they have about 8,000. I would believe both numbers as I don’t know what those amounts look like. There were stalls set up throughout the town selling bikie stuff.
We drove through Washington State Park which was on a peninsula and had really thick forest on it. At least we could see the trees because the fog was so thick we couldn’t see anything out on the water. It was a shame, as I am sure there ...
Leavenworth W.A. Sunday: Breakfast today was with the Bikies. Our hotel was full of Bikers from all over. Kaff found out they had an annual "Oyster Run" in Anacortes and about 20,000 bikers show up for it. So that's where we decided to head today. There was a bit of a driving route around that area. There are lots of small islands and waterways along the coast here, some are connected by bridges, others are connected by Ferries. Along the way we turned into a ...
... s history). We had to sit for a while because Rt. 20 was down to one lane. The fire and flood damage was devastating. We saw homes, vehicles, and outbuildings that were destroyed. We could see the remnants of houses with only chimneys standing in the charred rubble surrounded by mud. It is strange how the fire appeared to jump around leaving some property intact and neighboring areas burnt to a crisp. As ...
... wagon," a far cry from the tourist-priced restaurants dotting the main street. It's a food truck, permanently parked at the laundromat, featuring some of the best Mexican street food I've had in a while.
I could get into the politics of immigration and migrant farm workers...but I'll stop with the observation for now and simply put tacos in my mouth hole.