Port Gamble Guest House and B+B

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

Do We Really Need Insurance for this Trip?

A travel blog entry by teacherintl on Jun 22, 2014

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... the people who lived there. Not that it is fair for the people who work there, but the citizens who LIVE there get treated well.

  • They began to use Indian labor to build and work in their new infrastructure. This is still the case today. The Indians are brought over almost as indentured servants. It's a ****** system for the Indians but it works out well for the UAE. They make up over 70% of the population but have no rights at all ...

  • Seattle to Calgary

    A travel blog entry by jenny_s on Jun 08, 2014

    6 comments, 6 photos

    ... home, ( not a houseboat). Easily spend a few more days here, but very happy with the tour itinerary so far, a very relaxed city, traffic doesn't seem to be in a hurry, and you have a lot longer to get across the street. After that headed to the Pike Street market for some lunch, that old favourite fish and chips. I think ours are nicer tho. Saw a Quilt shop, wouldn't you know it was closed, ...

    The End to the American Adventure

    A travel blog entry by josh_manning on May 24, 2014

    ... We planned to go to the EMP Museum, a museum all about the rich music history of Seattle.

    The building itself was pretty impressive with a metal wall that changed colour from a dark purple to metallic silver across the walls. It didn’t look overly big from the outside but actually took lie 3 hours to get round. Seeing some of the first guitars, which were invented in Seattle, Kurt Cobain and Jimmy Hendrix’s Guitars and the history of Nirvana and ...

    Ketchikan

    A travel blog entry by dpowers1022 on May 08, 2014

    ... I brought my rain coat. However the weather did not put a damper on anything. Rich and I saw a Lumberjack show. Rich was given a nice size piece of the log that they chopped in half. He wanted to take it home, but it was pretty heavy. So they were nice enough to saw some more off of it and now we are coming home with a 20 lb hunk of wood instead of a 50 lb hunk of wood. We were one of the last people to get onboard before leaving. Had some lunch and then ...

    Winter in Seattle

    A travel blog entry by aitkenadventure on Dec 23, 2013

    45 photos

    ... baseball in the batting cage and then a pub crawl around the local breweries (ending at the Kangaroo and Kiwi pub). The girls enjoyed a slightly less rowdy evening with a quiet dinner, some Christmas craft and then a trip to the Nutcracker Ballet. Both parties had a wonderful time with the girls waking on Sunday morning in a much better state than the boys.
    Now to prepare for a trip to the Cabin and get ready for Santa!
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