Pendleton House B & B
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
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... view points for walks with Minnie along the way) over the Snoqualmie Pass, through the Yakima Valley and into Oregon. I had no intention of getting as far as Oregon and Minnie was pretty put out with me by then, but that's where I ended up; at the Wild Horse Casino in Pendleton with about two dozen other travellers in the parking lot. I slept amazingly well, considering the location and being ...
... in this town are proud of their town and its history.
Its hot in the sun, so we stopped at Great Northern beer/wine/pizza bar for a cold drink and enjoyed it while we sat outside and people-watched.
We passed a huge clock tower that had a plaque dedicating it to the owners and employees of Smith Frozen Foods for 50 years of success in this valley.
Found a nice Thai place for dinner and walked home under a huge, almost-full moon.
... if I opted to play tourist one more day. Now, I have to be there by Friday or wait in Seattle till Monday to get my bike on the barge. Don't get me wrong, Seattle is OK but I am not one for big cities and would rather get home. AML says that had I paid for the shipping, I might be able to drop off the bike with the security guard on the weekend but I'm not sure who would secure my bike for the voyage so this is not an option. I didn't arrange the ...
... n gear in Hamleys. Buzz, Mr. & Mrs. Potato Head and Hamm go Saloon hopping while the little green aliens hit the pizza joint and arcade. Rex and RC go joy riding around town and opt for the free ...
... Within a short while a native Oregonian, Brent Pawlowski, came up to me, and we started talking. I guessed that his surname was of Polish origin, which turned out to be correct. The next day, after a hike on the River Trail, I also met Brent's wife, Andrea (I hope I remember her name correctly) and their four charming children. I received a lot of information and advice about Oregon. Thanks, Brent and ...