Royal Victorian Motel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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In the past we have used several different modes of transportation to get to either SeaTac (regional airport), motels near the airport, or car rental businesses.
We have flown to Boeing Field and been shuttled to SeaTac, driven a rental car to a motel near
the airport and shuttled to the terminal, taken the Dungeness Bus line both
ways, and last year we drove our car to South Center and left it ...
... s characters) for groceries before heading to Rialto Beach on the Pacific Ocean. The beach is covered in black rock, has giant drift logs piled on top of each other, and sea stacks. We tried to climb to one of the sea stacks, but it was getting late. We decided we’d come back tomorrow to explore further.
Second Beach is near Rialto Beach. It’s a popular camping beach. I wanted to stay there one night, but we have run out of ...
... around the town. Again, there is a trail. I love the carving, each telling a story of the locality, the local people and their beliefs. We sipped iced coffee, whilst watching live music in the park.
I'm now going to show how hypocritical I am! A lover of local shops, we also spent an hour in Walmart. I'll excuse myself on the basis that it is all part of the cultural experience!
Cowichan Bay is a village on stilts, hugging the ...
... the drive if the deer hadn't been so quick!
We arrived at the KOA in Port Angeles and headed straight to the pool after setting up. We do seem to be creatures of habit! After laundry, we checked out the harbour in Port Angeles. It was neat to see tons of logs in the marina waiting to get shipped out. In between speeding tickets and deer on the highway we saw quite a few trucks transporting logs as well, ...
... more about a country.
· We will have a handful of good information for every single port. And we will remember to take water, granola bars, umbrella/parasol, copies of passports, local cash, etc, ashore with us.
This is our ninth cruise so we also rely heavily on past shore experiences, good and bad when determining how we chose to “go ashore”. A couple ...