- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... to the village and it goes alongside a river and through small woods .... That seemed like a perfect place to home a bear ... So it was a little daunting. It took about 45 mins and we found the Whistler Olympic plaza where the main ceremonies were held and is surrounded on what I suppose would have been the athletes village accommodation. Walking through the plaza we found the visitors centre so stopped off for a map and ended up buying tickets to the peak to peak gondola. We ...
... extra straps available to borrow, which I readily obtain. It’s all good.
Lee and Kathy score a room at the rear of the ferry, with a window: Kathy is visibly relieved that they are close to an exit door that leads right to the rear or the boat, which will help if she has a return of sea-sickness. Carolyn and I have a room on the interior of the boat; no window, but two bunks, a private bath - plenty good enough, as we hope to spend all of our waking hours on ...
... s no humidity so it seems very pleasant to us Floridians. Sweltering for the Washingtonians. Last night we walked the streets of Bellingham, had dinner at an Italian Cafe and made a final trip to WalMart to restock for Alaska. I'm doing laundry this morning and when I'm done, we'll pack our suitcases. Tomorrow morning we take the coaches to a local storage facility. Then we'll take the 30 minute drive up to Vancouver, BC where we'll spend ...
Oaxaca City is a wonderful travel destination. There is color, music, warm weather and great food along with fascinating history and ancient ruins. A great place to stay is La Casa De Mis Recuerdos on Pino Suarez street....near the hub of everything including downtown, the zocalo. We have gone every year for the past six years and the destination and Recuerdos are highly recommended.
... at a seafood pub in the evening sunshine. On Saturday Wesley picked Katie and I up and took us for breakfast before spending the rest of the day at Capilano suspension bridge. This is one of the big tourist attractions in BC, you are able to walk through the tree top trails and across a very wobbly and very high suspension bridge! This was a great trip, we got lots of pictures too :) Later that day we went to meet Wesley's friend Graham before going ...