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We had to take a ferry over the bay. First time I ferried me and my car. Together. We headed to port Angeles, where we booked a private room at the only hostel in town. Thor Town Hostel is a big, red barn looking, house that's run by a really nice family. They're daughter was seven, very cute and had two ducks that followed her around the front …
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... at 9:30, and played at a park on the way. I have to say it was a very relaxed start, compared to what it would have been taking the Vancouver ferry.
Itinerary (with comments)
8-9 Arrive at terminal
10 Foot passengers pass through customs
10:30 Ferry departs Victoria
12:00 Port Angeles arrival (plan on being delayed 30 mins as US Customs again interrogates all cars)
1:00 Finish picking ...