Travel Blogs from Bellingham
... I got to thumb my nose at the long line behind. (FYI: FIFO is ferry loading protocol -- First In, First Out -- so I was first off in Bellingham. Oh my, what money can buy.)
I drove down the ramp and to what would be the exit door upon arrival in Bellingham. Judy was in the Bug; small car, dirty, and an embarrassment to the loading crew, so they put her on a elevator and into the corner of a car deck above the main deck. I sat in ...
... to vacation homes and townhouses above the original site. Quite a nice harbor….
Wandering the dock we discover that our timing is impeccable. We are here on Wednesday night and a Bayliner Yacht rally is starting on Thursday and going on through the weekend. Over 130 boats are expected and there will be bands, parties and all kinds of mayhem. We plan a late morning departure, so we will miss the turmoil.
That afternoon we relax on the Epiphany and begin ...
... all groups could prepare a dessert. That might be interesting.. But, our potluck had set assignments. Kellie prepared dessert, which was rhubarb pie! The potluck was located just across the street at the Kemps, Johanna and Saskias hostfam. The Smiths were coming too (Tinas hostfam). When we arrived at the Kemps the others were already there and Tinas hostfams son (Reed) came to me immediately. He's crazy about ...
... amp; both are on the same taste level as International Roast... I don't think anyone really drinks instant over here coz after trying those I went out & bought a coffee plunger quick-smart! Mum I might have to get you to bring a jar of moccona over when you come :) Saturday 06.04.13: A big happy birthday shout-out to Karen - hope you have a great one! :) xx Today it was again cold & rainy all morning so we didn't even go out till lunchtime. I'm stoked coz we tried the ...
Bellingham is a very cool place and not just weather-wise although the high today reached only 71 degrees and the low tonight is predicted to dip down to 57. It's a hip old town with sprawling old and new suburbs just like most desirable overgrown US cities only here in Bellingham it never feels crowded. They must have a rush hour somewhere around here but I have yet to get tangled up in it although there are an over abundance ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking