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Great location- right around the corner from the Main Street. Lovely views from the balcony and two beds joined together. Bathrooms have a bath.
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Not much to report today. We spent the morning on the ferry and didn't disembark until 2.30pm. Lovely calm sailing and plenty of places to explore. Enjoyed gyros for lunch and as it was demolished by the 4 of is in minutes we had to buy another. Getting some great food ideas for when we return.
Arrived in Olympia around 4.30 for a welcome drink …
The drive to Olympia from the ferry was hardly inspiring, but all that changed once we arrived at Olympia. Lovely and clean little town of about 2000 people that rely heavily on the old Olympic ruins. We were lucky as it was fairly quiet, but they reckon when a couple of cruise ships hit Athens and/or Patras, you can have thousands of people …
... in America. I brought Jess and her GORGEOUS little friend Destiny(ejaculates over pornstar name) along and we set out on long two hour drive. Time flys with these girls who unlike the girls back home seem to actually be gifted with the ability of conversation and amazing music taste. We arrived up in the "hills" which were ******* mountains by Perth standards and we found the start of the trail. The whole walk to the bridge honestly felt like ...
Weather: cold, dark, gloomy, rainy, foggy, windy
We decided to take a ferry to Washington. After getting advice from a few people, we opted for the Vancouver Island to Anacortes, WA ferry which sails across Puget Sound. The ferry left Sidney (just north of Victoria) at noon and we thought we would be in Anacortes about 1:30 leaving a couple hours to drive to a campground.
Well, about an hour into the crossing there ...
... another volunteer showed up and took us outside to take a look inside the Consolidated PBY Catalina (where Benjamin spent some time in the nose turret and I think spotted the Japanese fleet), then back in the hanger he opened up the Hercules and we climbed around in that one for a while.