Days Inn And Suites Sequim
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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We are on the north side of the Olympic Peninsula on the Strait of Juan de Fuca...the mountains are west of here, then the coast. Moisture from the ocean gets hijacked by the mountains producing 120 inches of rain per year on the west side but only 17 inches here on the east side, all in about 50 miles as the crow (or bald eagle) flies. ...
... is doing. He did this confusing-slightly-awkward hand shake/kiss on the cheek thing before leaving. Wasn't sure how to take it at first since some of the guys on the ship can be kind of forward or 'flirty' (aka creepy) by winking or making puckering noises at you but I later learned the cheek kiss is just part of his culture and he isn't anyone I'd have to worry about. ( No worries Mike! =P )
... it even more special. The size of the trees, the abundance of life on the forest floor, the ecosystems within the forests, it was all breathtaking. We checked out Long Beach and Chestermans Beach and saw a bunch of surfers tackling the huge waves. We attempted to get lunch at the infamous Tacofinos but, surprise surprise, they had closed up on Sunday for the winter season. Always just a touch too late!! We cheered ourselves up with a tasting at the ...
... by ferry.... And even nicer to be met by a nephew as we disembarked, looking so smart in his business suit!
Yesterday we drove from Port Angeles along the coast through the Olympic National Forest and on to the most westerly part of the peninsula, Neah Bay. Saw on the map that there is a tribal reservation there, so thought that it could be interesting... But it was awful - a bit like a Cape Flats scene! The road, ...
... at 4 or 5 to make it to Gatwick, I leisurely rolled out of bed at 6:30 and staggered forth. It was a madhouse. I've never seen so many people with so much luggage. I felt like I was waiting to check in to the Titanic (of course, I was able to provide the sounds of infectious coughing which everybody so loves.) When I got to the counter, the clerk looked flabbergasted. "is that it? Where's the rest of your luggage?" All this while the man beside me lost his permanent resident ...