Riviera Inn Motel
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... community in a quite remote area of Olympic National Park it is absolutely stunning(there's that word again) and the beach is glorious a mixture of dark sand and pebbles with lots and lots of trees and branches washed up along the shoreline the eroded rock formations on the ocean are very dramatic a beautiful beach with just Jackie,me and two other people on it,in the inlet to the harbour we stood and watched seals swimming and playing and Golden eagles sitting in ...
... we clear . . . and suddenly, we are back in the USA!! USA, USA, USA!!!
Now, let’s see how this routine works where Enterprise car rental comes to pick you up . . . . I call . . . and the fellow tells me to go to a silver trimmed building where the ferry comes in . . . there is none, it is tan . . . oh, I thought it was silver, . any way . . . wait there . . . what kind of car will be arriving . . . a black Chevy . . . OK. Well, we have to move all the bags just ...
... Mount Olympus National Monument in 1909. It was designated a national park by President Franklin Roosevelt on June 29, 1938. In 1976, Olympic National Park became an International Biosphere Reserve, and in 1981 it was designated a World Heritage Site.
... But knowing his brother Ken well from our days working together in the same marine electronics
company back in Cape Town and also knowing how alike the two brothers are we knew that as before our stay with Dave and Yvonne was destined to be non stop fun and laughter.
We never went through any US border formalities at Port Angeles and only had the Canadian equivalent to pass through on arrival and after disembarking at Victoria. The lady official in her ...
Early this morning, my parents and I headed out to Olympic National Park, in pursuit of the Grand Valley hike (which is indeed the hike we attempted to do last weekend). Once again we drove two hours Northwest to the Olympic Peninsula. This time, we were able to make it to the destination without a hitch! We only took a quick stop at the Visitor's Center near the park's entrance and then continued on toward Hurricane Ridge, which is a very popular lookout that gives ...
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