Days Inn And Suites Sequim
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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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. ...
... will be too short. We have had the traditional horse and buggy ride through the city and was offended by the young lass who we overheard say that Aussies don't tip, she and her horse Archie were tipped by we Aussies and she was humbled and silenced. We found a drinking hole, shared a few cocktails and pints ($180) and decided after being awake for over 36 hours we should hit the sack. Our second day here has been ...
... gave me lots of hugs - bless his heart the little rascal! Got to the airport, no hassles. Love it! But I have to ask - when you are travelling to the US & they have check-in kiosks - why oh why do they not have an option to print out your Customs Declaration then and there with your pertinent info (they have it already) and then you just have to sign it?! In this day and age you would think that the ability ...
... standing totem pole, some floating houses that are lived in year-round, and Mile “0” for the TransCanada Highway (I guess we’ve gone as far west as we can). We even took pictures of Hately Castle, which was used to shoot the X-Men movies. Can’t you just picture Patrick Stewart at the front door of this castle?
We are so proud of our family in PEI, who humoured us and our quirky ways. Yesterday, in Victoria BC, we drew ...
... see it at night because it is really stunning. The whole outline of the building has been coeverd in bulbs so you can see it in the dark. Really very cool. On the way back we watched a street performer play 3 or 4 insturments at the same time. I reckon he must have been minted because he had about 6 or 7 guitars and loads of other instruments – there is no way he was hard up. He must have just loved doing what he did! On the way back we bumped into a group ...