Comfort Inn Marysville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... a coffee in the original shop but the queue was down the street so that was the end of that! They had a duo playing outside with old fashioned instruments just to add that extra touch. It was very cool.
On the way into the market we passed some cute little stalls selling everything from homemade jewellery to homemade bird houses made from old car licence plates and all sorts. One stall had loads of coasters that featured the original Starbucks and the ...
... we left at 8 o’clock and we were so focussed on getting the "turtle truck" fuelled up to ¾ full and the gas bottle filled that we forgot about finding a poor starving person who was desperate for our food.
When we got to Chilliwack we turned off the highway to get a bit more fuel as we needed it to be right on ¾ full. We weren’t going to give the company any extra. We put an extra $30 in and the servo was right next door to a ...
... our progress. For others such as Kay and Sean who just wanted to know where we were and how we were doing, the ability to check in on us provided real peace of mind.
One of the interesting conversations I had with Alex was when I explained the difference between flying the country today versus 30 years ago. Today, all the information is at my fingertips in the cockpit. Back when I first started flying, to get the weather for a flight, I would call a toll free ...
Over the river and through the woods and mountains we went. We met Spencer, Dan's sister's son, at his apartment in downtown Seattle and took him out to supper. He chose the Steelhead Diner down in Pike Place Market. It was very good! Dan and I shared a plate of grilled Alaskan Troll salmon with a Bing cherry butter sauce and almonds on it. Very tasty.
We got to Shari's house about 10pm but Shari wasn't there. She was at ...
... in Lisbon and a extra day in Porto.
The Douro River region is noted for its port wine so we expect to return as "experts" about port wines. In order to qualify as experts we will need to try quite a few ports along the way.
Another experience will be a stop at the shrine at Fatima, which is in Portugal. Fatima is one of the major Catholic shrines where on May 13, ...