TripAdvisor Reviews Sportsmen Motel Port Angeles
Travel Blogs from Port Angeles
... and spotlessly clean including the outside of the air-conditioner. The owners were an interesting couple – retired from the tech industry in "corporate america" to buy and run the motel. We discussed “service”, how it’s missing in some service-related businesses and their ideas for improvement. So, late start and then a wait for a great American breakfast on a Sunday ...
... for visiting with one another. It was very casual. Swimmers walked through to use the restroom. Rooms near the water have half doors where you can open the top and leave the bottom closed.
The water was cold, but the girls swam for a bit. Alexa jumped from the dock once. We rented a canoe and single kayak for $20 each. The double kayaks were already in use. We took them across the water to explore the other side. The ...
... run in my new trainers. And the good news (drum roll) is I didn't get any shin splints! Boom! I ran along a seawall to another town and back. It took 50 minutes. It'd have been nice to have taken a camera. I saw three otters having fun on a rock, and the house boats in the other town were very cool. Hayho. I think I may feel it tomorrow. Alongside per night rates the hostel also advertises per week and per month rates. I don't think I've met a ...
... in the car.
They wanted us to make sure I called them at least an hour ahead of time so they had someone available to drive me back to where I needed to be dropped off. About halfway back from Silverdale, a 'stabilitrak' service light came on the dash of this new Chevy Malibu (about 11,000 miles on it) . . . when we stopped once, it went out when restarting, but it eventually came on again. I left the car running so I could show them that . . . and they had same problem ...
... a Starbucks coffee . . . . BTW, the fog hung just out over the water in Port Angeles so we couldn’t see much of the Juan de Fuca Strait (between the US and Canada at this point.
We do some sorting for the shipping of things home tomorrow . . . and I decide to do laundry . . . and that is an adventure. The hotel is laid out lengthways along the shore area . . . but there isn’t much of a ‘beach’ . . . it is mostly rocks . . . but this makes it ...
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