Tucker House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsTucker House Inn Friday Harbor
Locally located close to the ferry dock. Just a short walk away. Separate buildings from the main building.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Tucker House Inn Friday Harbor
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Took the ferry out of Seattle at 7:45 AM this morning. Took us about 3 1/2 hours to get to San Juan Island. Nice ride large boat doing about 30 knots. Beautiful shoreline all along the way Manny Manny herons seals did not see any whales to this point. Arrived at Friday Harbor at about noon. Got to our hotel I haven't been in the room yet.
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Highlights: sunny ferry ride over, afternoon drinks in The Place by the harbour, driving around the island in our funny little Scoot moped from Suzies Mopeds, walking up Young Hill spotting birds of prey, lunch at Lime Kiln Point, totally scrumptious prosciutto, pear and goats cheese pizza from Van ...
The morning began with quite the spread for breakfast. There isn't a chance I am going to go hungry on this program.
Our first presenter, Greg Hertel, welcomed us into the life of the locals. His presentation was full of facts and figures, all of which I found fascinating. For example, there are 172 islands (depending on the tide) in the Salish Sea. Over the course of the week we would visit three of ...
We had a relaxing morning before Jessy and Miranda came over to begin cooking the turkey and so we could meet them before dinner tonight. They both seem really nice so we all should have a great night. Miranda had done all the preparation for the turkey and it looked great so we were very excited for our first turkey thanksgiving dinner. We had a ...
... car I look to the right for cars and Richard looks to the left when we are at corners. I look for the traffic lights seeing they are overhead ones not on the side of the road like ours plus tell Richard to keep to the right and speed limits. They change all the time 50kms in built up areas, then the other roads go from 60 to 70 to 80 then 90kms on the Highways.
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