Port Gamble Guest House and B+B

Address: 32440 Puget Ave. NE, Port Gamble, Washington, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 32440 Puget Ave. NE, Port Gamble, is near Heronswood Nursery.
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Travel Blogs from Port Gamble

Giants Win the Series

A travel blog entry by kschu140 on Oct 30, 2014

Giants won last night and we made plenty of friends, but that is seriously all I have to say. I spent today in bed nursing the hangover from hell. It is 6:30pm and all I have eaten is a piece of watermelon. Will is cooking up some savoury mince and veggies and then I am going to go back to bed and watch some to shows on my iPad. Tomorrow will be ...

Qingdao - Day 25

A travel blog entry by timtamm on Oct 16, 2014

... get his papers ready when Ari asked him for identification in a very formal voice, John was startled and rushed to show his papers with Ari killing himself laughing. We arrived at the drop off point which was the Qingdao Art Shop and we decided to go in and have a look. Well the first floor had the Jade and Ivory etc which I did not want to look at but the second floor and third floor had more of what I was ...


A travel blog entry by timtamm on Sep 25, 2014

... Church. We headed back to the ship around 12.30 and had lunch, while we were having lunch I spied a Bald Eagle gliding over the cliff facing us, it was a wonderful sight but of course I did not have my camera. After lunch we went to Exploration Cafe for a coffee before heading back to our cabin to rest as we were buggered. We sailed out of Kodiak around 3pm and began heading towards Dutch Harbour. Later we went up to the Crows Nest for our usual drink before dinner. ...

Lexus talks LFA successor

A travel blog entry by sassyunder275 on Aug 10, 14

... br>
That "another generation" bit is important, because as company spokesman Brian Lyons told Bloomberg, that second gen could come in the 2040s (here's to a hydrogen-powered, flying Lexus supercar plane?).

Meanwhile, Templin ...

Do We Really Need Insurance for this Trip?

A travel blog entry by teacherintl on Jun 22, 2014

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... insurance for this trip.

44 Pounds?? You've Got to be Kidding Me!

So in our literature from the Safari Company, they might have mentioned that our luggage could only weigh 44 pounds. I ignored that little typo because who can possibly pack for an overseas trip with so little weight? I thought they forgot the 1. When we got our final travel documents, I found that, no, it was not a mistake. To make matters worse, the suitcase WEIGHS ...