Travel Blogs from Port Angeles
... arrival time, we get are bags and the bus/driver are on to other stops . . . now the damnable taxi routine again . . . and that takes awhile . . . and we are not the 'best part of town.' The first cab I flag . . . they guy tells me he is not working . . . what to hell is that? I see the number on his cab . . . and call . . . but it is 5:00 p.m. on Friday night . . . and no opeatorrs are available . . . mercifully, another cab pulls up . . . and can't understand the 'not ...
The day got off to an inauspicious start with a solid cloud cover, cool temps, and unspectacular views of various stages of clear cuts. But the clouds cleared, temps settled in the mid 60's (perfect for riding), and there was an "oh wow" moment when we went around a corner and there were the Olympic Mountains. From that point on the day was spectacular! And there was almost no traffic!!
I think we found the PNW equivalent of The Tail of ...
"Ticking" Those Final Boxes!
There are times when we envy those folks living near the major seaports with convenient access to public transportation, and preparing for an extended cruise is one of those times. To be able to call a cab to take you and your mountain of luggage to Pier 91 in Seattle or one of the cruise terminals in Florida must be grand.
Out here in the “boonies” just getting to a cruise ...
In 2009 and 2012 we sailed with Captain Gundersen to the Antarctic and Mediterranean with this very capable Skipper who lovingly became known to us as "It's Me Again" as that was his opening line at the beginning of his at sea 1300 report to guests.
Today's mail brought a very thoughtful envelope marked: A personal note from Captain Halle Thon ...
... taking breaks every five minutes, which soon turned into every three minute, and then every patch of shade we came across. I did take point and was able to traverse the mountain slightly faster then my parents, but I really had to hand it to them, they both were absolute troopers and made it to top quicker than I had anticipated. One thing though, that we had under estimated, was the amount of water we all needed for the hike out of the valley. In total, I believe we had ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Sportsmen Motel Port Angeles
Other places to stay in Port Angeles
2104 E First St, Port Angeles | 1 star motelfrom $74
111 E. 2nd Street, Port Angeles | 2 star motelfrom $102
214 East Lauridsen Boulevard, Port Angeles | Motelfrom $40
1006 E. Front Street, Port Angeles | Motelfrom $59
535 East Front Street, Port Angeles | Motelfrom $49