Palace Hotel Port Townsend
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... is also a ferry service from Seattle) or you can do the long 'down & up' drive. It has several micro-brewery pubs and boat marinas that you can walk through (which is nice because many are now locked up) and lots of good places to eat (including the brew-pubs).
Port Townsend was going to be the the end of the expanding rail road line because of it's fine harbour and so a few magnificent building were built ...
... Victoria around 10 am and met up with a friend, Steve and his son for a little while, walking through a park to a nice little waterfall.
We continued on our way up island to Chemainus where we set up camp in the back yard for the night.
We got a good but far to short visit in with the family before packing up to come home.
... Needless to say, I didn’t text. The whole phone was three inches long and one and a half inches wide. I grew so frustrated trying to navigate the phone that on at least two occasions I considered it throwing in a nearby canal.
I was prepared to suffer this indignity for the September wedding trip to Greece until I stumbled across an article on the internet. I discovered that I can put a Eurobuzz SIM card into my Verizon IPhone 4s and have in ...
Dave stopped at the visitor center to find out where to see some stuff and so we headed to Kalaloch Lodge, south of the town of Forks. I love the siding on the lodge--they use this siding on lots of buildings ...
... border was lovely at the beginning because it all ran through farm country. The border guard was civil today so that was a pleasant surprise. I took highway 9 today and actually did not get lost. the road was slow but lots of fun to drive on. Based on the smells, I rode through dairy country, hay country and strawberry country. Sherry and I were talking about farm smells this morning. I must admit that I like farm smells ...