Oxford Inn Silverdale
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... went up to the decks to fetch some Nanaimo Bars for Liz and Leo to try and then headed back to the Journey. Tony took advantage of the time for a midmorning nap and I did some schoolwork.
We still had some lunchmeat and wild mushrooms so that meant preparing a lunch before docking. Easy to do when you Journey with your kitchen. We were off the boat just after noon and headed toward the border. We had no waiting in the NEXUS lane ...
... just like the Tower of Americas in San Antonio. You can see everything up there. I loved looking out over the coast and the mountains in the background. We headed over to the science center but it was closing in 10 minutes so we didn't go in.
In that area is the university. We stopped at their food court/civic center for a bite to eat. We ate at a place called MOD pizza. They have suggestion pizzas but you can create your own as well (all ...
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... cards to the museum was the Jimi Hendrix and Nirvana exhibitions, these were a bit more like your traditional museum displays, however still really good. They also have sound labs there, where you can record your own song, mix it, create a video clip and then have is performed on a big screen in the Theatre. By the time I'd found my way to this part they had 5 minutes until closing so I didn't get to put a song together for you all! Overall, ...
... out some blog entries which seem to keep slipping behind. After this I wandered down alongside the waterfront. An ice cream turned into an expensive proposition when I didn't read the menu properly and had something that involved mixing the ice cream with cake into some sort of super bater thing. I had it in a cone, but you still couldn't lick it. Spoons all 'round. The local supermarket adds to the yuppy vibe. They have a section dedicated to grain. How many types can there ...