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TravelPod Member ReviewsTides Inn Port Townsend
The motel is very close to the ferry so turn left off the ferry and keep your eyes open. I stayed in the old part that had no air conditioning, but the cool breezes cooled the room by opening the window and door for awhile. There was lots of open space in the room.
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Because we wanted to get to the NW coast of Washington& to avoid Seattle we crossed over to Whidbey Island by bridge then by ferry we travelled to Port Townsend. It was much easier & cheaper than driving all the way down & back up again. It cost us a grand total of $28 for the 2 of us plus the motorhome & that was or a 1/2 hr ferry crossing.
Port Townsend is a very old town, went out to Fort Warden, an old military fort, some lovely buildings & some ...
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