Sea Cliff Gardens Bed & Breakfast
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... of Port Angeles, the Straits of Jaun de Fuca, and Vancouver, B.C. beyond it. We were apparently so high up that my cell phone began to buzz, with free text messages welcoming me to Canada, and informing me of the roaming charges that would apply if I decided to make a call. After we stopped laughing, I immediately set my phone to airplane mode so wouldn't incur any accidental charges. Then, David had to do the same thing when his phone ...
... the deer grazing on the grass and wildflowers adjacent to the car park. The views of the Olympic Mountain range and their ice capped glaciers were spectacular in fading afternoon light.
The fading light did make the drive down the ridge tricky as the tree canopies blinded you at times....this was only a slight inconvenience as even the road side views of the blooming wild flowers amazing.
We opted for the third option for three main reasons:
1) the ferry departs a few blocks from our house
2) the ferry goes due South. Both other options had us driving north to get to the ferry, and in the case of the BC Ferry, the ferry then took us further north. So we were actually lessening our drive with the Coho
3) We bypass Seattle. Highway 101 connects in with the I5 in Tacoma, missing all the congestion in ...
... Chevy Cruze . . . hummmmmmmmm . . . looks like Chevy has some QC work to do on that!!
The billing and coupon was processed without problems . . . and all the five-day rental cost me was taxes of about $26 . . . so I was happy with that. It was about a 10-minute wait to get back to the transportation hub where Carol was waiting, but that was handled as planned.
We had about a 45-minute wait . . . and eventually figured out which little bus kiosk we needed to ...
... clock tick . . . and one by one the French group . . . visits the latrine . . . and the tour guide wants to settle up . . . and the fisher people who are booked on charters and who were there even earlier begin to leave . . . the younger lady tallies up the bill for the tour group to speed things along . . . and after he dishes out the $155.45 . . . he wants a printed receipt . . . so that is about 3-feet long . . . and then coffee or tea for everyone!