City Center Best Rates Motel
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Smoking rooms available
- Refrigerator in room
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The day began with a tough ride to Shelton known as 'Christmas town' due to the large number of Christmas trees which grow there. Route 101 quickly turned into a freeway and it was pretty much like cycling on the A14. A 'drive-thru' espresso stop (they are everywhere) 12 miles in led to a change of course. The lady in the espresso bar hinted that there may be a bus to Aberdeen from Shelton city centre - that ...
... was lefsa. Did have lunch in a small tapa restaurant which was good. Papa bought a "stupid" CD of so called Norwegian music - awful! From Poulsbo we travelled towards Aberdeen but only made it as far as Sheldon where we checked in to the Little Creek Casino and Resort. It was about 5PM so thought we might as well pack it in for the day. Cheap rooms - $79!! Rooms OK - ...
... to call. Then, I read the reviews. Alas, I decided on Belfair State Park which is 20 miles from the Bremerton-Seattle ferry dock. I didn’t read all of the reviews.
Upon arrival, we chose T19 with electric and water. The site is large and shaded. It cost $37 per night which I think is way too high. We set up the tent and went to plug in the extension cord only to find out it was set up for RVs. Luckily, I went to the ...
... sign indicates this as significant since you are then 1/2 way between the Equator and the North Pole) I will put down a few lessons learned that I pondered over the past couple days:
- we can travel well together the two of us in a small space
- place for everything and everything gets put back in its place (some of the places are still changing)
- scrapbooking is not a viable pastime for this RV life at this point -- knitting, reading and even ...
... One is an authentic German restaurant, the other, Thai, both on main street Anacortes where you take the ferry to the San Juan Islands.
Enroute to Fort Casey, we parked our RV on the shoulder of the road overlooking the gorgeous, impressive gorge of Deception Pass and the sea below to eat lunch by the large window at our little camper dining table.