Tudor Inn

1108 S. Oak Street, Port Angeles, Washington, 98362, United States | B&B
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Location

This B&B, located on 1108 S. Oak Street, Port Angeles, is near Hurricane Ridge Visitors Center, All Points Charters & Tours, Mount Si, and Gissberg Ponds.
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Travel Blogs from Port Angeles

2nd stop on our big trip

A travel blog entry by happyhod on May 28, 2014

13 photos

... and sea lions early on as we go through and around various islands and the weather is absolutely gorgeous Sarah keeps us informed along the way about the wildlife and geography of the area,we arrive at Friday Harbour about 11.45 and what a beautiful place it is with a beautiful marina wo go for a walk around the lovely little town where we go into an artisans shop where everything is made locally and buy a bowl and shot glass for Jenifers birthday
stop for a spot ...

Victory in Victoria! On to Port Angeles

A travel blog entry by pjnedry on Aug 05, 2013

1 comment, 39 photos

... you for being so patient’ . . . how do you know I’m being patient . . . because I am not hollering and screaming obscenities at you? Well, thank you for not hollering and screaming obscenities at me!! Yah, gotta’ like a desk clerk like that, don’t cha?!! We decide to just wait in the car . . . and in ten minutes my phone rings . . . room ready!!

We take in a few things . . . nap time!! Then, we go to the local Safeway store . . . for some ...

A Wild Ride

A travel blog entry by winterhawk on Jul 24, 2013

... we stopped to fill the fuel tanks. Usually a simple straight forward process. This time the filler cap decided it wasn't going to open. I had to apply a bit of pressure with a persuader, as my Dad and Granddad called hammers/sledges when applied thusly. After several minutes of really severe persuasion I got it open.

From the fuel dock we headed to our assigned slip. Once we got the boat all snugly tied to the dock we found a lot of water in ...

From "Oh Wow!" Oregon & Washington to beautiful BC

A travel blog entry by panamericalandy on May 15, 2013

3 comments, 30 photos

... aid of the GPS we found our way from the harbor the short distance to Dave and Yvonne’s home where we found our host tearing up and down taking pictures of us arriving. He had even been down to the harbor at the time our ferry sailed in to take pictures of our arrival! We felt like VIPs!

This insurance issue subsequently turned into a mission and one of some complexity due to the seemingly stupid insistence on the part of the Canadian insurance industry as ...

39 Day India, Arabia, Moorish Empire

A travel blog entry by jackwcummings on Jan 18, 2013

Anyone who knows me, must know I hate to fly, however when we
can leave from Seattle and return there, I am a much happier traveler. I
think the TSA and Customs folks at SeaTac are a finer grade of public
servants.

That said, we will be leaving Seattle on United Airlines
flying to Tokyo which lasts 10 hours and 30 minutes with a
short layover at the Norita Airport then on to Singapore for 7
hours and 40 ...