Bellingham GuestHouse Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Packed up and took off again Downtown walking a different route vwhich took us through the old residental part of town. The houses were lovely - Bellingham has such a lovely feel about it.
Our wanderings took us to a path beside a very fast running stream (picture to!lowing) and there we watched locals fishing for salmon. Even better a …
Our first full day without traveling and the weather was perfect for the time of year.
Flight over with Qantas was great - service and seats good and the 'bloody Marys' are still the best in the world!! Must be how much vodka they use. Rob is still sipping in his whiskey. LAX has improved- we seemed to pass through the border OK! Had a …
... not food or drink), I spent:
Vancouver Urban Winery: $12 for a flight of wine (I consider this a sightsee thing)
Bike rental for Seawall: $7
Ferry tickets to and from Granville Island: $7
10 pack of bus tickets: $21
Visitor Center Look Out: $15 (worth it for the pics)
Car rental: Free (had a coupon)
Car rental gas: $16
Lynn Canyon, Kits Beach, Granville Island Public Market...Walking around...all free.
... the road and headed north. Our goal was to reach Bellingham, WA in 3 days. Our drive through northern California was beautiful but sad. The sad part was all the drought that California is experiencing as shown by the picture of Lake Shasta. It, in a non-drought season, would be, should be full. But the majority of the scenery was breathtaking. In Northern CA, we stayed in a campground in Yreka, a gold rush town. According to Mark ...
... I said earlier, Sitka was the highlight and it definitely was a cool town. The lighthouse was OK (even a lighthouse looks good after four days on a ferry). We wouldn't do the ferry again. "One ferry ride is enough in one's life-time" -- and you can quote me on that. I guess you could say that I'm just plain "ferried-out."
I was first off the boat and Judy was last. We hooked up the Beetle and left Bellingham for home about 10:00 ...