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 ½ 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 ...
Well we finally made it! And have enjoyed 24 hours+ in Victoria Canada have the opportunity to blog. We landed in Vancouver after a flight of many movies and minimum sleep and our flight delayed by more than an hour grrr. We landed in Vancouver and had to transfer by air to Victoria all luggage to go through direct....you guessed it! Who's luggage went missing! Yep the Mulligans! All Rob could say was "friggin awesome - ...
... 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 . . . ...
... that it could fit in perfectly with the historic buildings of London or Paris. Next to that, the British pubs and famous Empress Hotel are the other clear signals that Europeans have been and ruled here. That's also right away where the similarities with Europe come to an end. A bustling China town and old, wild-west-looking warehouses define the streetscape of Victoria. I would call these first hours we spent in the city, orientation hours.