GuestHouse Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... to Marymere Falls, what we loved so much here was the remoteness
it was literally like walking in to a film site. We must have said ‘wow’ a
million times. The walk along the river to the fall was awesome. Then we drove
to Sol Duc Hot Springs down a road with no other cars for about 30 minutes,
very surreal! The last stop of the day was Rialto Beach truly the best beach we
... where at some point, we saw a monument marking the very area where Gus’ company had passed. Emotions ran high for us as we felt his presence there even though it was so many years ago. Further up the coast at Colleville sur Mer, we visited the American Cemetery where a flag ceremony had been previously scheduled to fly Gus’ own flag. The one he had been given by the deck officer of the Battleship Missouri (at Pearl Harbor) in one of his many trips to ...
... of polish and our one brush and rag. It was safe to say
that the veteran Seattle shoe shiner had some very pleased customers when he
was done. Seb felt and looked like the fanciest man in downtown as we made our
way back to our hostel.
Outside on the corner of our hostel was the first street
beggar to really capture my attention. He was wearing a fuzzy beanie and held a
cardboard sign that said “Need money to **** a *****.” I laughed for so long,
... to come here a day early.
We tried out 3 different sites before finding one with 50 amps that also allowed Greg to locate the satellites for tv.
Excited to be here to start exploring Seattle - lots of things to see.
... why. Although the views weren't spectacular, you could still see a fair distance, and it was of course completely free.
After the tour, we went back to the harbour to Ivar's Salmon House for lunch. Not that we've been missing English food already, but I suppose it couldn't get more traditional: Fish and Chips! It even said Chips on the menu, rather than fries, so maybe our lingo is catching on over here?
A brief walk ...