Boatyard Inn

200 Wharf Street, Langley, Whidbey Island, Washington, 98260, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Langley

VPN - Virtual Private Network

A travel blog entry by evanescent575

... case manage sessions together with VPN servers employing a technique known as tunneling.
1. The Majority Of VPN implementations use the World wide web because the public infrastructure plus a selection involving specialized protocols to guide private communications through the actual Internet. to participate networks between 2 organizations, forming an extranet.
Many vendors are suffering from VPN hardware and software program ...

Thailand, 3-2-1,GO!

A travel blog entry by vagabond66

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... she hoped for. Traveling to me, is like taking a deep clear breath of fresh air. I feel truly alive and "in the moment", like I'm living each day to it's fullest. To whomever is reading this blog, I want to tell you this. If you want to travel somewhere with all your heart, make it happen. It might take awhile for it to become a reality, but don't wait forever! Don't make excuses. Traveling is as cheap ...

Sleepless in Seattle

A travel blog entry by sjpkiwi

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... and not knowing if we're ever going to be able to leave Seattle.

A giant black man in a trench coat came and checked our tickets. "What's your reason for travelling over the border M'am" (To smuggle drugs of course, idiot).
After everyone in the train was interrigated we were on our way, the train was a little bumpier than I'd hoped and the WIFI wasn't working. It was Mum's birthday so we were rather upset that we couldn't skype her on the train like ...

Day 5 Glacier Bay Alaska

A travel blog entry by tessacat

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... crashing into the Bay and later heard the sound of the ice cracking. The Lamplugh Glacier had a cave in the middle of the Glacier face, from which the waters from underneath the glacier flowed, it carried a lot of silt which discoloured the otherwise clear waters. It was phenomenal, to listen to the noise of the ice breaking away from the glaciers and falling into the sea, we tried very hard to capture this on camera but by the time you heard the noise of the ice breaking ...

Soggy Seattle

A travel blog entry by philippajane86

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... for, a Russian bakery that even had queues in the dark February days, and where I wasn’t disappointed with their goods. Their cardamom braid made up for the poor macaroni and imported umbrellas, but with the rain still going I went a few doors down to Le Panier for a coffee.

Enough moping for one day, I was soon wandering around the market and gawping at the gorgeous bouquets on display for just $10; apparently bridal parties are known to ...

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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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