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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Saturday as the line dividing
Oregon and Washington is in the middle of the river!
The streets reminded us of San Francisco because they were
very hilly and steep. We rode all the way up to the top of the hill and took
pictures looking down and discovered “stairs” going down! I probably wouldn’t
try taking those stairs up or down!
On Saturday we left Astoria heading to Gig Harbor, WA. As we
drove we also left ...
... to count that equates to sixty five million dollars. And that was only 10% of the total collection of the family. Makes the mind boggle.
Each vehicle is restored to its original showroom condition, with only original parts being used. No manufactured parts are able to be used on a vehicle and if they are they cannot be included in the collection.
The display is changed two or three times per year so that you can plan ...
... over it that I can not do anything about. We did not speak to each other much today, I felt that it was pointless me saying anything to him and he was not in the mood to speak to me. We spent most of the day reading either in our cabin or out on deck. I did go to the lecture by Mel Foster not because I want to hear it but because it was something to do. It was off to the Crows Nest for pre-dinner drinks and John and Phil joined us, ...
... and sunny weather for our entire road trip and that just continues while we’re in Seattle. “Who needs air conditioning in Seattle” we’re told when we were looking for an apartment and believing the stories, we settled for one without. Well we know now that it doesn’t always rain in Seattle (we’re yet to see a drop) and air-conditioning would certainly have been welcome during this ...
Summer has come to Gig Harbor and the temperature has shot up into the high 80s. The town bends round a small inlet on the West side of Puget Sound and is a small fishing port with yacht berths and marinas spread round the bay. Mount Rainier looms over the horizon at one end of the bay and though it is 50 miles away it looks a lot closer than that. (see pic below)