Harborside Inn

Address: 330 Benedict St, Port Townsend, Washington, 98368, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 330 Benedict St, Port Townsend, is near Fort Worden State Park, Chetzemoka Park, Jefferson County Historical Society, and Centrum.
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      Travel Blogs from Port Townsend

      Frank lonardelli

      A travel blog entry by theron38tory on Aug 23, 2014

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      Cell Phones in Europe

      A travel blog entry by mpball on Mar 04, 2014

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      ... for the IPhone, here’s what you have to do:

      1. You must have a 4s, 5c, or 5s IPhone as these are the only global capable IPhones with exposed SIM card slots.
      2. Call Verizon and have your IPhone 4s, 5c, or 5s unlocked. The whole process takes about two minutes and is free. It’s all done over the phone. You will receive confirmation during the call that your IPhone has been unlocked. This “unlocking” allows you ...

      Cool Port Town

      A travel blog entry by h-bsteinle on Aug 31, 2013

      15 photos

      ... on Saturday and the ladies in the office said it’s a great one, so we drove over for the day. It was a major seaport in the late 1800’s and also a lumber and fishing area. Town leaders built ornate and large Victorian homes and brick and stone commercial buildings anticipating a railroad line, but it never materialized. It became a quiet, somewhat forgotten town until the 1980’s when it was rediscovered as a ...

      Day 5: On to the Olympic National Park

      A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Jul 17, 2013

      12 photos

      ... a smile the whole time we are there ( imagine twenty or so people sat in the hot tub looking like they have lost a pound and found a penny and you are not far off envisaging the place). So it is a weird atmosphere, but we grab our swimming stuff to go into the hot springs determined to enjoy ourselves and bring a bit of laughter to the proceedings. I realise that, even putting the other guests aside, we have become ...

      High on Hurricane Ridge

      A travel blog entry by bretandlizette on May 07, 2012

      6 photos

      ... seemed to go on forever (see video).
      It was hard to believe that we had camped in a rain forest the night before.
      After taking in the scenery and loading up on more groceries and firewood, we drove back up to our campsite, made some pasta and bread and enjoyed it by the campfire. It was early to bed. Tomorrow we leave for Coeur d' Alene, Idaho.
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