The Portico

Address: 502 South Adams Street, Ritzville, Washington, 99169, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 502 South Adams Street, Ritzville.
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Travel Blogs from Ritzville

Day 8: Columbia River Gorge

A travel blog entry by bluehighwayspa on Jun 05, 2015

14 photos

... was 90 degrees!

Stopped at the Crown Point Vista House built in 1930s for travelers. Impressive building & impressive views!

Backtrack east to Cascade Locks, OR & checked into Best Western right on the river.
Very nice facility.

Drove to nearby riverfront brewery: Thunder Island Brewing Co. Pretty setting, sat outside with terrific view of river & pines. Chatted with lady at table next to us ...

Day 7: Keep Heading WEST

A travel blog entry by bluehighwayspa on Jun 04, 2015

6 photos

A quiet night except for a thunderstorm.

Started the 2nd week of our trip. Hit the road early for a long day of driving. Sunshine & 60 degrees. Back on Route 90 West. Enjoyed the views of the majestic Rockies!

Stopped in Bozeman for gas, coffee & gas.

West of Bozeman, the terrain is open, rolling hills of grass, sagebrush & cattle Gorgeous big sky with horizons that stretch on ...

From Bonners Ferry to Odessa

A travel blog entry by pauline49 on Sep 19, 2013

2 comments, 8 photos

... town and was outside photographing the school when a staff member spoke to me and invited me in. Had a tour of 4th grade, special ed and preschool.
Dinner was a no frills hamburger, meat, cheese and onion but the night was something special. I thought fire and brimstone would descend upon us. Picture this: Chris sitting down to eat and the entertainment was gospel singing. Yes I know you're smiling too.

June 22, 2013

A travel blog entry by suziq12449 on Jun 22, 2013

9 photos

Long day today, got an early start heading in to Glacier, very beautiful, long uphill winding road, I comment "look up we are going to drive through the clouds" how exciting is that? Not very! Driving thru clouds where you can see two feet in front of you on a very narrow winding road, 8,000 foot drop on one side with no guard rails and very ...

Glassy lakes and snowy mountain tops!

A travel blog entry by ny2ca-and-back on Aug 01, 2011

4 comments, 20 photos

... and do! On the way here, I got some awesome photos of mountains, and lakes and valleys. Washington has much natural beauty to offer, but it is very expensive! Their sales tax is actually over 9 and a half percent, which is higher than ours, and products in general here are just more. Nice to visit, but we wouldn't live here.