Port Angeles Downtown Hotel
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... and spotlessly clean including the outside of the air-conditioner. The owners were an interesting couple – retired from the tech industry in "corporate america" to buy and run the motel. We discussed “service”, how it’s missing in some service-related businesses and their ideas for improvement. So, late start and then a wait for a great American breakfast on a Sunday ...
... me of Lake Tahoe. It is clear and has gorgeous blue and green hues. We saw a bald eagle dive into the water. Unfortunately, my camera was in the dry bag and I couldn’t get it open quick enough.
Next, we hiked 1 ˝ miles to Marymere Falls. There is a neat, single log bridge you walk over on the way to the falls. A few college aged boys had gone around the railing to the falls. Brad and the girls decided they needed to ...
... there is a car in front of her (there are three lanes) . . . that seems to have some problem . . . and is holding up the works . . . and as he clears, the ticket issuer turns on the sign: CLOSED! WHAT?!!
The driver pitches a fit . . . and the guy in the little shack helps her back up to get to the other lane (we still have about 8 minutes before departure) . . . and she gets to the window . . . no one is telling her what the deal is . . . the car holding us up . . . ...
... now comes into a new terminal, but it is quite a ways away from downtown (4 kilometers). I was up early and thought I would check out this bus station business . . . been a long time since I’ve ridden on a Greyhound bus!!
Well, the station is only about 2 & ˝ blocks from the hotel . . . but, again, we have a lot of bags . . . I decide to visit the local café across from the bus station . . . to get a couple of coffees . . . and get to thinking ...
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