Boatyard Inn

Address: 200 Wharf Street, Langley, Whidbey Island, Washington, 98260, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 200 Wharf Street, Langley, is near South Whidbey Island State Park, Whidbey Island Vineyards and Winery, and Spa Essencia.
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      Travel Blogs from Langley

      Epilog - the wonderful life of Gus Schlepp

      A travel blog entry by carloswysling on Nov 06, 2014

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      ... at Iguassu Falls and a heroic hike by Caroline on the labyrinth of catwalks), Israel (with visits to Jerusalem, the Dead Sea, Masada, the Sea of Galilee and the Jordan river), Greece, Italy (a marvelous bus tour from the sophisticated north in Milan to the ancient catacombs of the Roman Empire in Rome – a no line visit to the Vatican, Assisi, Siena, and the treasure filled Florence. Turkey – Istanbul, Kusadasi and Ephesus. These were just some of the ...

      Day at Sea - Day 21

      A travel blog entry by timtamm on Oct 12, 2014

      Today we are at sea again as we sail toward China. I attended the lectures the first on WWII Memorials and the second on Travel Photography just for something to do. They were average lectures but when there is nothing better to do it is all there is. I did learn a few tips from the Travel photography lecture about how to improvise when you don't have a tripod and how to use the ...

      Some Final Thoughts

      A travel blog entry by tomdart07 on Aug 23, 2014

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      ... move from country to country. I guess I was expecting defined borders with humorless border agents. Nope.

    • The creativity and flavors of the “New Nordic Cuisine.” Never known for its culinary memories, we found most food to be very well prepared, very representative of local food sources, and well presented.
    • The cost of food. We were definitely warned about this, but nothing says pricey like a $15 hot dog with extra charges for ...

    • Sleepless in Seattle

      A travel blog entry by kirsty_murray on Jun 22, 2014

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      ... censored musical flowers, of course. After a scout around the park we decided to head back to the hotel. On the way back we stopped at whole foods to get some cheap supplies. We ha eaten out a lot and spent a lot of money on activities in Alaska so we needed to live quietly for a few days. The following day was the day we were waiting for. We had reservations at the Sky City Restaurant - up the Space Needle. The elevator ride up ...

      Going to Uganda

      A travel blog entry by thomas.a.ng on Jan 27, 2014

      1 comment

      ... the best.

      Well, fast forward to today and I just received word that I've been selected for the position! The dates aren't confirmed yet, but it will be sometime in April for a week. There's a whole series of prep meetings between now and then, not to mention I need to put together a one-week lesson plan, but April can't come soon ...