Nantucket Manor Bed and Breakfast

Address: 941 Shine Rd, Port Ludlow, Washington, 98365, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 941 Shine Rd, Port Ludlow.
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Travel Blogs from Port Ludlow

Heading Way South

A travel blog entry by cjbishop on Apr 09, 2015

2 comments, 1 photo

... when we arrive very early in the morning we are guaranteed our room will be available. That way we can get the remainder of our night's sleep in before we start sightseeing rather than having to wait until the usual 3 PM check-in times at hotels. Sometimes they will have early check-in but it is always a gamble-and at our age I refuse to gamble to save the extra $100 room charge. It makes for a happier marriage!!

Peru is almost 5000 miles from Seattle but only ...

Seattle to Kauai, getting real warm

A travel blog entry by ctillery on Jan 28, 2015

2 photos

... for the Prince Kuhio Condos at Lawai Beach with the obligatory stop at Costco to grab essentials (such as beer, chocolate and Mai Tais). We then moved into the condo and tried to stay awake long enough to eat dinner and use some of those essentials. Mostly successful but fell asleep early and deeply until the roosters got going in the morning.

Kanazawa - Day 14

A travel blog entry by timtamm on Oct 05, 2014

... to the Lido Deck for a casual meal. I had Manhattan Clam Chowder which was quite nice while John had Dutch Green Pea Soup which he said was like his. We both had the Prune stuffed Loin Pork for main with vegetables and pepper corn gravy...very nice. I had pavlova and coffee ice cream for dessert while John only had coffee icecream. All my resolutions about not over eating and staying away from desserts have come to nothing.......oh well only 17 more days before we get off the ...

Sleepless in Seattle

A travel blog entry by kirsty_murray on Jun 22, 2014

4 photos

... place to go would be the Seattle Public Market - home of the first Starbucks. We walked around the market, seeing the famous fish shop. The shop workers have a routine of shouting like sailors then throwing fish from one, to the other and then gutting it before it was wrapped. Seemed odd but we had been up for a long we walked on. On our travel see stopped at one of the thousands of Starbucks Seattle has to offer. From here ...

The End to the American Adventure

A travel blog entry by josh_manning on May 24, 2014

... had an Observation Deck on the 77th Floor which was really cool. It gave you a view over the entire city and being the highest building in Seattle, gave you an unusual perspective which was pretty cool. From here I went to go fetch my camera from the repair shop and also go to the space needle for a final time before heading back and getting ready to travel over to Canada. I’ll leave the journey for the next post as this one is already far too long so bye for ...