Port Angeles Inn
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... near the center of the city and within a short walk from the train station and the cruise terminal. Though this hotel is not as upscale as it's nationally known neighbors, the building itself holds a special memory for me. As a new recruit of Troup 314 at the Naval Training Center in San Diego, this property was then occupied by the YMCA, and was my first taste of hospitality of the fine citizens of San Diego. ...
... surrounded by fellow Grand Pacific and Far East Voyage passengers J
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... and I have pork ribs with fries and coleslaw the ribs aren't great.To Joshua's on the way home a bar next to our hotel which is pretty good but very quiet but the few locals in there chat to us about England,why we are there and give us some advice on where to visit tired so home to bed it's about 10.30 our latest yet
Thursday 29th May
up early as usual had breakfast and set off on route 101 west and along the very dramatic coastline and on to LaPush beach ...
... given over to the Historical Society for protection and restoration. Had a magnificent Vietnamese meal for lunch, then back up to Beacon Hill as the fog had cleared, but still only a bay and horizon to look at so not really worth it. Managed to get home dodging the showers and staying dry. Looks like the end of the wonderful clear days for a while. Also the end of being driven around as we will get our first car tomorrow when we get to Nanaimo. West coast Vancouver Island, here we ...
... a chocolate chip cookie!! The bus had seat belts that had to be worn at all times . . . Carol liked that!!
And, we did cover the same ground, until we crossed Hood Canal Bridge, but instead of turning south toward Silverdale, we turned north toward Port Gamble and Kingston. But, just as we got on the bridge, traffic came to a halt in both direction . . . no one seemed to know what was going on . . . and we had a ferry to catch . . . some were familiar with this ...