La Conner Channel Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... craft shops that we don't normally see at home. For lunch, we went to Anthony's on the Anacortes waterfront. It was a beautiful restaurant, with floor to ceiling windows overlooking a marina with luxury boats. Lunch was the best yet and this would surely be one of my most favorite restaurants if we lived in the area. Unfortunately, I didn't get many pictures since it was really pouring and gray by then. After lunch, Chris and ...
... have other sports we should pursue. But we had fun, and it got us good and hot, so we took Lukie down to the lake for a swim. The water was pretty cold though, so we opted for the heated pool... But Lukie didn't even want the pool, he wanted the hot tub. Fred brought Ollie down to join us later on, and together Kels and I entertained the kiddos from going between the pool to the hot tub. Once we'd finished with swimming. ...
... where we picked up tooth paste, candy for the flight in the morning, and some makeup that I was running out of. From there we went to our hotel "Quality Inn & Suites" to check in as it was now 3:00. We brought our luggage up to our room, settled in for about 20 minutes before we put our shoes back on and drove to Barnes & Nobel to get mom a few books to read. From there we headed over to Bellis Fair Mall to go to Target and get some sea salt milk chocolate that we cant ...
... it above the cruise commenced at nine in the morning and finished at one in the afternoon. We took off from a beautiful small port called Fisherman's Wharf where we stayed to have lunch around 2:30/3:00.
After that, we left Vancouver Island on a Ferry from Sidney back to the USA, to a town called Anacortes. The ferry ride was very beautiful because it passed through and stopped at the main San Juan Island, ...
... towards our free 30 night stays within the TT system. Just by chance we ran across a local casino (ha,ha,) that has an RV park. We stopped to ask if they could store our RV for several nights, they can. They charge $10 a night, but we won't loose the TT free days. We just need to notify TT that we will leave earlier than expected. Whew that all worked out! While in Anacortes, we stopped at a Soroptimist Thrift Shop to look for ...