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... continued pretty well to Olympia. Nothing quite as nasty as heavy rain on I-5 for miles and miles. Once we got to the Olympic Peninsula, however, the rain eased and it was a more pleasant drive.
Another late arrival in Port Angeles. Stopped in Shelton for dinner a few hours ago. It’s just north of Olympia on the Peninsula, and it’s much bigger than we had thought as the name on ...
... for over two hours.
Then, we headed to the Sol Duc Falls in the Olympic National Park. We didn't account for how long it would take to get to everything. It was close to an hour drive to the falls. It’s a 14 mile drive once you enter the park. The hike to the falls was an easy 0.8 mile. We saw a rainbow at the falls. Had we had more time, I would have continued on through the Lover’s Lane trail which was six miles.
... that we hadnt been able to get the internet and he said that he forgot that our room was the only one that couldnt get internet.
Must have a rest before we go out for dinner
Talk to you later
... landscape is spectacular as are the buildings, our accommodation was built in 1908 and AMAZING it was refurbed in 1986 they only spent $56 billion refurbishing to its original state. They have kept everything from vents, cornicing, but fortunately have enhanced the plumbing so we have both cold and hot running water and an inside loo. It is just a magnificent building looking out to the harbour. I have taken a ...
... the province. It was a great experience and definitely a must-do.
After dinner, no one really felt the need to return to the hotel room just yet, so we took the scenic coastal route down and were surprised by the beauty of the sea, islands and the Olympic Mountains of Washington State, US. (A little Once Upon a Time note here: the streets we passed were called: Dallas, Goodwin and King George!)
Our visit to Victoria in a nutshell! :)