Travel Blogs from Port Townsend
I started today with an all Canadian stick to your ribs breakfast of oatmeal, yogurt, cinnamon and fresh fruit. Sherry makes her own special breakfast combination. I thought I made good porridge, but I don't hold a candle to this for delightful flavour. As we ate and chatted over lattes, we enjoyed the sounds of fire trucks as the local …
... that's going to be hard for me to get used to. You are also supposed to dress better, sneakers are out, so are jeans, too heavy to pack when the goal is to carry no more than 20-25 pounds.
I have some of you on the address list, so pass on the information on the blog. On the internet search for travelpod.com/members/buettn to find my blog. This picture of me and Monica is from three years ago. ...
... Pot special of boiled crab, prawns, potatoes, fish skewers, corn, mussels, and so on…It reminded me of a good ole low country boil with a few different ingredients. The food arrived shortly thereafter, and I must say the shrimp tacos were my favorite meal on the entire trip. They were fresh with subtle kick of spiciness to them. The most impressive part of the meal though was the sheer quantity of the **** pot special. When they dumped ...
... snack stands set up. They were also selling some of their produce but it was almost all the same things that Kristin & Bethany had in their gardens.
Next we went to Finn River Farm which are friends of Kristin & Anthony. It started as a blueberry farm but has expanded and now have a cider tasting room. They also had music and a blacksmith demonstrating. Bethany and I tried some of their cider while Wayne & Porter listened to ...
... his whole body through a tennis racket frame(!) and had a very entertaining patter. The Perils of the Deep Part 2 awaited Julian, as he was not looking forward to the return journey. However, even though it was choppier, we all got back without feeling unwell. We visited Albertson's supermarket on the way home and bought chocolate chip cookies to help with the concentration during another cut throat game of canasta.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.