The Inn on Orcas Island
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and before they arrived it was coming down heavily. We had a nice visit during happy hour and by the time we got ready to go out it was really pouring. We made a dash for the car and after a short drive we arrived at Sabatino’s for dinner. The restaurant has a good reputation and everyone enjoyed their meal except me. My tortellini was clearly packaged and even though the sauce was very good the pasta was ill prepared – chewy without much flavour. When we were ready ...
... display and sales pitch in Kusadasi, so a repeat was not necessary in Istanbul! They are such professionals, and most gracious, it is worth attending one. Two (nameless) in our group bought small carpets, and of course the quality and authenticity is undisputed when one goes to a dealer sanctioned by the cruise line. That night was spent on the ship with disembarkation early on Saturday morning. And here began one of the big disappointments of the ...
... retirement, but service is fine. This "open dining" is new to us, though it seemed to be okay and food, while not spectacular is quite the norm on today's middle class cruise ships. After river boating in recent years, the difference is noticeable, but we're not so spoiled as to complain. Sunday, September 28th - Navplion Up early for a full day tour to Corinth and Mycenia. Once again, the history of this part of the world hits home as we see acres and acres ...
... Oates was one of 2 who paid to go on the expedition (1000 pound) and how much of a scientific focus the Scott expedition had, with 12 scientists in the party of 64. Amundsen had been beaten to the North Pole so his sole focus was to be first to the South Pole, so their group had fewer distractions.
The Norwegian expedition had a shore party of 9 men and 100 dogs. They built an underground building with a carpentry shed (they shaved down the sled runners to save weight ...
This morning we have visited the stables of the Vancouver Mounted Police, founded in 1910. We learnerd it is different from the Royal Mounted Police so, no red fancy outfits. How kind they were. They have told us that crime is really low in Vancouver and their main job is crowd control. For this job, they said that one horse is equivalent to 10 officers. After, we went to buy lunch at ...