Bellingham GuestHouse Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... tour through town and the various shops, but this time make no purchases. We stop at Castle Hill, where Russia signed over the U.S. purchase of Alaska for 19 cents an acre, after Russia had nearly extirpated the beavers for their pelts. The purchase, negotiated and executed by a U.S. government representative by the last name of Seward, was dubbed “Seward’s Folly” - since it occurred before gold was discovered. Arriving back at our bus stop, we are picked up ...
After a quick stop a Bellis Fair Mall for some new clothes, we found a fantastic restaurant - "Mi Mexico" for lunch. It is a decent sized place with a huge variety to choose from. It was only noon but I declared it Margarita Time! Not only was the ...
... not sure what kind) a herd(?) of seals a pod of orca and large areas of fish (salmon?) leaping out of the water. The weather although overcast was pretty good. However the clouds lowered after lunch and the rain started. Visibility as I write this is probably down to about 5 to 6 hundred meters, so the day's whale watching is over. Time for ...
... arrived early in port so we were able to do a six hour guided tour of the city and surrounding area. Only 13 miles of highway on the whole island, but a nice little town with churches, museums, a state park, and friendly people. We had the best guide of any guide we have ever had in Europe or elsewhere. She had lived in Sitka for over 20 years; she had 7 kids, was a former school teacher, and was extremely knowledgeable on everything to ...
... things we should do on our 'free' days. I really liked Mr. Hollingsworth. He reminded me of an old grandpa telling some young guns about life and history, no offense intended though. After the presentation we went to the Laidlaw Center (different building) where there was a welcome reception for our group. Mr. Kelly Kester (head of international programs department) gave an impressive speech about having an open mind, ...