- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
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... wishing us a farewell with hugs all around!!
We were jolted back to reality with a phone call from our driver “Pete” from Rocket Transportation, letting us know that he was waiting in the shuttle parking lot on the pier to “take us home”. Since so many folks had departed in Vancouver, there was hardly a soul waiting at the gangway so we were encouraged to “leave”! Happy smiles and hugs from our Cruise ...
... arrived. How did we every get along with just paper maps. In Portland, we had a great hotel looking down from the Nobb Hill District, with lots of restaurants and shops within walking distance. They had cookies at the office and we were hungry. Nice. Walked into town this morning and did some more shopping before taking off. When we did get going, it wasn’t long before it was pouring with ...
... same thing. I stayed behind to take photos. The hike is picturesque with many tall trees and ferns.
It was another late night for dinner. I think all of us will be happy to return to a normal dinnertime schedule. Of course, it was a wet night for dinner as the fog never dissipated, and the temperature never rose at the campground. It’s amazing how there can be a 20 degree change in temperature within a 10-15 mile ...
... never approach the wildlife.
October 19th, 2013
Day 4, my last day in Jasper, my newly acquired friend Jacenta and I started the morning with some hiking. We went back to Maligne Canyon as she hadn't been yet and I didn't do the whole trail when I went. When we were done our hike we continued onto Maligne Lake, the largest natural lake in the Rockies at 22 km long. We didn't stay long at the lake as I needed to start my ...
... in the Safeway in the connecting parking lot for some coffee fuel . . . and we were on our way.
We left Silverdale at 9:00 a.m. for the two-hour ride to Port Angeles . . . to get rid of the rental car . . . then wait for the bus that departed at 1:00 p.m. I got the car fueled up . . . and we were on our way!
This was familiar ground we were traveling . . . we crossed the Hood Canal Bridge . . . this is a bridge that floats on huge concrete floats . . . ...
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