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 …
... Then checked the time and then had to go back to sleep. We started off on the drive towards Seattle on the major freeways. Only a few hiccups .... Being in the wrong lane etc but we eventually made it to Kent where we need to be to drop off the RV tomorrow. We found an RV park but he didn't take overnighters but redirected us to Saltwater Beach park. That is closed for winter but the maintenance guy told us Dash Point National park was open so we followed the coast road until ...
... br> We enjoyed another lovely evening sitting outside wrapped up in sweatshirts, in the cool of the night air, to watch the amazing light show of the setting sun. What performances we have been seeing of this spectacular event every evening! It never gets old and it never looks the same.
Tomorrow we pack up the car and drive the coaches to a nearby storage facility to put them to rest for a couple of weeks and head to Vancouver, ...
... for whatever goal for Dutch people. In America I can really sense the cultural salad bowl of different cultures. In my opinion everybody needs to be able to be who he/she wants to be and that means that you have to be tolerant regarding that. I feel that the Americans are much more tolerant and open towards other countries and cultures than we are. We have to learn from them.
After our final meeting at WCC I went home for a ...