TripAdvisor Reviews Sportsman Motel Port Angeles
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... our door on Sunday morning around 6:45 or 7:30 and
deliver “Cummings and Company” to the cruise ship terminal at pier 91 just
north of Seattle. When we fly into SeaTac
on the 28th of October their van will also pick us up and deliver a
very tired “Cummings and Company” and a markedly larger mountain of luggage.
This will eliminate, also, the costs or motels ...
... where we will be getting our Whale watching trip from on Friday then we got a bit lost on our return to the road but the scenery is great so never mind saw a deer on the road that had been run over and killed.Arrived in Port Angeles which isn't the prettiest of places but it's just going to be a base so we can explore the Olympic national park over the next few days.
Drove to the park visitor centre where we get maps and information on the best places to visit then ...
... gardens. In fact this place is on the cover of a gardening magazine. Anyway they had wine, cheese, and crackers waiting for us which we naturally took advantage of and sat outside next to a gas fire pit looking at Canada. It was a pretty good way to end the day.
Tomorrow we hope to see some of the sights and do some hiking but the weather doesn't look like it will cooperate. We'll just have to ...
... hole, I have found my new beverage it is better than Canadian Club. Collingwood Canadian Whisky and is only brewed for a few short months of the year, hence I have to scour Canada for a Signature (BWS) to buy some to bring home, it is not sold anywhere else! It will be a real treat if I can get it. Off to do more cultural tours tomorrow, and on a zodiac looking for killer whales...so excited! Bloody cold here, Love robntrish ...
... service!!! Snug; quaint; sort of like a speakeasy!! (I guess!!) And, the music was good, too (recorded).
The building has a fascinating history . . . built in 1918 as an engineering school . . . to train blacksmiths and mechanics for a Ford Motor Company plant . . . then it morphed into a garage (the MarQueen Garage) for 50 years or so . . . a developer purchased it . . . and 14 years ago this hotel was born . . . the Tin LIzzie Lounge has only been open about a year.
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