Riviera Inn Motel
Travel Blogs from Port Angeles
Ok Folks. It's time for a disclaimer. The opinions, stories, thoughts, and recollections shared in this blog are not necessarily accurate, fair, or even polite. Please know that this is based upon the fact that we can't be positive all the time.
This blog entry is a call for comments. We can't figure out what Port Angeles' deal is. You've …
... in the Safeway in the connecting parking lot for some coffee fuel . . . and we were on our way.
We left Silverdale at 9:00 a.m. for the two-hour ride to Port Angeles . . . to get rid of the rental car . . . then wait for the bus that departed at 1:00 p.m. I got the car fueled up . . . and we were on our way!
This was familiar ground we were traveling . . . we crossed the Hood Canal Bridge . . . this is a bridge that floats on huge concrete ...
... cheddar) was wet. We've never had a deck leak on this boat. What a bummer that it had to happen over, and into, our new mattress.
When we got up this morning we had a serious discussion about how much more of this we can take. Thankfully after a cup of coffee, the sun came up and things started looking better. So we're gonna keep beating our head against the wall. Sooner or later (boy I sure hope it's sooner) things have to get better. Right?
... a clear weather, fantastic views can be enjoyed. We were hoping to visit the peak, however we were required to have tyre chain in the car because there was 100 inch of snow on the mountain. Due to the snow, we changed our mind of visiting Hurricane Ridge.
... who have previously sailed to these ports!
· Blogs from travelers and their experiences in the region.
· Travel books that are available at local libraries to make enlarged photocopies of the best pages, and more good maps.
· Websites like www.whatsinport.com and www.cruiseportwiki.com with more maps, etc
· Some movies and TV shows are worth watching ...