Old Consulate Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... charming Victorian hamlet and headed home, but first we had to stop at John Wayne Marina outside of Sequim. John Wayne loved the Washington coast. He sailed his Wild Goose around Westport and Sequim Bay. He thought this bay would make a perfect marina, so in 1975 he donated the land for its creation. The Port of Port Angeles owns and operates the marina. It’s a beautiful setting with great facilities, a park, restaurant and walking ...
... beauty queens and lingerie football considered as mainstream (yes, I did say lingerie football and it is mainstream enough for them to play at the Seahawks’ stadium). All Mike and I could establish is that society considers itself to be so wholesome, it doesn’t see what the rest of the world sees . . . either that or I have gone native and lost any sense of irony. You will remember from a previous missive that Bella has been developing her ...
... to align my buying pattern with their monthly sales targets (we are collecting our new vehicle on 1st May). Our thoughts are as ever with you all back home and with WWPPC whose first tournament (plus party) is this weekend. You'll be glad to hear that I still go to get in the right hand door of the car to drive, lean over my right shoulder to find the seat-belt and from time to time drive on the left. Lots of love to you all from over here. Jess, Jason, Bella and ...
Because we wanted to get to the NW coast of Washington& to avoid Seattle we crossed over to Whidbey Island by bridge then by ferry we travelled to Port Townsend. It was much easier & cheaper than driving all the way down & back up again. It cost us a grand total of $28 for the 2 of us plus the motorhome & that was or a 1/2 hr ferry crossing.
Port Townsend is a very old town, went out to Fort Warden, an old military fort, some lovely buildings & some ...