Robin Hood Motel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Non-smoking rooms
- Concierge desk
- High-speed internet in room
- Refrigerator in room
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... we have to get back to town.
Tonight we are having dinner at the other restaurant that Janet's cousin recommended, "Be Love." This is a vegan and raw restaurant and I can hardly wait! Jeff looked at their online menu and they have smoked cashew "cheeze" that I'm anxious to try.
Be Love was WONDERFUL!! A very small and crowded restaurant with amazing food. I had their housemade ginger beer and an heirloom tomatoe lasagna made with ...
... from the airport and that king size bed looked very inviting! Beautiful hotel overlooking the bay and we have a room on the 7th floor with a little balcony and a million dollar view.
A heavenly sleep for a couple of hours, a long shower and change of clothes was very much needed. Then we went for a relaxing walk around the boardwalk, along with so many other tourists. It ...
... 300 metres. We could jump on the Victoria Clipper and be in Seattle in just three hours. Our walk for the day rounded out at Clover Bay and we hailed hailed the last bus of the day with some relief and settled in for the ride home as the only intrepid passengers still out and about for the last pick up on the Hop On Hop Off bus. We were on a mission this evening determined to beat closing times for dinner (unlike like our dinner efforts the night ...
... contact information, and then parted ways. I'm sure Jessica will see the Jameses throughout the year -- they've temporarily relocated to Victoria this year as well. We returned Jessica to the university and said our farewells. The tears came from my mother; Jessica and I held it together just fine. She's an intelligent, responsible, resourceful young lady, and I couldn't be more proud of her. She is going to do just fine. But I'll still miss ...
... is still used today, so 1 N. Miles is equal to 1852 meters. Weather; Overcast, North wind Force 4, 1018.3 mb, 17o C. Tuesday 26 August 2014 Ketchikan. Alaskan Pilot boarded at 0352 proceeded into Tongass Narrows, berthed at 0606 at Ketchikan, Ship left port1604, back through Tongass Narrows, then reaching Snow Passage at 2025, headed through Sumner Strait, around Cape Decision, and from there on to Northerly courses for our next call, Tracey Arm, ...