Port Angeles Downtown Hotel
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... endless wait at the Hong Kong airport for our departure home.
I have included a collection of some of my favorite "sailing shots" for you to enjoy and to remind you of what an adventure cruising is.
Till we meet you again I would like to close with the following:
Goodbyes are not forever.
Goodbyes are not the end.
They simply mean I’ll miss you
Until we meet again!
Jack and Barbara ...
... highway 101 to Port Angeles. It was quite the haul but we made it safe and sound. Got a place to crash and have a bite to eat around 8pm.
We were up at the crack of dawn to catch the first ferry over to Victoria. The BlackBall Ferry, a much smaller ferry on time and not too crowded which made for a more pleasant voyage. We ...
... t be the parliment proper though because the capital is Ottawa on the other side of the country. Some further investigation may be needed. When I left the museum it had started drizzling. Great weather for a trek up to the local park and mile 0 of highway one which crosses the breadth of the nation to end in St Johns, Newfoundland. I didn't manage to see one of the worlds highest totem poles (the first men loved them). The trees are pretty tall too. ...
... clean and for a place 15 years old in outstanding condition throughout. The only drawbacks were its proximity to both the nearby railway line and the road bridge over the Columbia River. Every 20 minutes or so a long freight train hauled by sometimes three big diesel electric engines would rumble past us not 50 metres from the tent camping area of the park. The road bridge over the river taking traffic to and fro between Oregon and Washington is made from steel with a ...
... 25 mins to get there but I'm sure Jen will dispute this and as we walked into the hotel a lovely little porter came to take our bags. Well let me tell you he had buckleys and none now trying to pry those bags out of our hands now and expect a tip as well. We were the ones that had done all the hard work.
The hotel Stamford was very nice and we decided to eat and drink there later when we met up ...