Palace Hotel Port Townsend
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Decided we woud do a day trip to Victoria, back in Canada. The ferry left from Port Angeles & took 90 minutes, across the Strait of Juan de Fuca. It is a vehicular ferry as well but we left the motorhome down by the wharf for $6 for the day. Victoria is the capital of BC & is a very pretty city & easy to walk around in the city centre. Some of the buildings are very old & a lot of people just go over for the day. It was a beautiful day ...
... inhabited for the past 10,000 years, first with native americans and later with settlers and fur traders. In the 1700s the Spanish, British, and Russian explorers and fur traders were the first Whites to enter the Skagit region. The first nonnative settlers, Richard and Shadrack Wooten, arrived in present-day Anacortes in 1865 and established claims along the western shoreline of Fidalgo Bay. The Cap Sante area, then called The Portage, was home to ...