Port Angeles Bed and Breakfast

Galaxy Place, Port Angeles, Washington, 98362, United States | B&B
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    Day 11

    A travel blog entry by danielstravels on Jul 12, 2014

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    ... same thing. I stayed behind to take photos. The hike is picturesque with many tall trees and ferns.

    It was another late night for dinner. I think all of us will be happy to return to a normal dinnertime schedule. Of course, it was a wet night for dinner as the fog never dissipated, and the temperature never rose at the campground. It’s amazing how there can be a 20 degree change in temperature within a 10-15 mile ...

    First stage of our trip down south

    A travel blog entry by j_ncourtenay on Jan 18, 2014

    1 comment

    ... was no internet connection. We asked the desk clerk and he wasn't very helpful. It was a different guy from the one who checked us in. The first one was part owner and couldn't have been nicer. When we went for breakfast ...


    A travel blog entry by rorox on Aug 15, 2013

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    ... exterior walls, majestically towered over the harbour but not in an imposing way, almost as if it framed the harbour and added a sense of regality. To the left of the hotel was the famous Legislative Building which was designed by the same architect who designed the hotel. They both featured lovely stonemasonary with iron accents on the domes or spires, which had turned a bright turquoise green through oxidation. It was free to go inside and wander through the ...

    Riding Another Bus - Port Angeles to Seattle!

    A travel blog entry by pjnedry on Aug 09, 2013

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    ... service!!! Snug; quaint; sort of like a speakeasy!! (I guess!!) And, the music was good, too (recorded).

    The building has a fascinating history . . . built in 1918 as an engineering school . . . to train blacksmiths and mechanics for a Ford Motor Company plant . . . then it morphed into a garage (the MarQueen Garage) for 50 years or so . . . a developer purchased it . . . and 14 years ago this hotel was born . . . the Tin LIzzie Lounge has only been open about a year.


    Day 5: On to the Olympic National Park

    A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Jul 17, 2013

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    ... as travellers to be wowed. The scenery is great, but nothing like the red hills of Zion Lodge and the hot springs are fine but not exactly the Blue Lagoon in Iceland, the hot springs in Colca, Peru or even the mud baths in Dalman, Turkey. We do have a good time and I really couldn't have driven any further so all is fine but I am glad I am not rating this on Trip Advisor (I never do) and that we are only here for one ...