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

The drive of life

A travel blog entry by russianratchet on Nov 12, 2014

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after a 8 plus hours of driving and finally get to rest waking up to this day was enjoyable, Never being or heard of Ritzville its a pretty cool town. But i have one thing on my mind and that is home! I rush out of my cheap motel, hop in my car and gas it 0-100 real quick. i drive all the way to Eugene organ and taking a few stops on the way but i made ...

Working for my cousin!!

A travel blog entry by hello_goodbye on Jul 11, 2014

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  • Traveled 249 miles to Sprague, Washington
  • Stopped at my cousin Sarah's house in Sprague Washington to help her out and to earn money for my trip
  • Helped out at Sarah's Bakery.
  • I helped make cupcakes!! It was so much fun and I earned 100 dollars per day!!
  • Worked for two days
  • Had free meals at the bakery the whole time I was there!
  • Loved working there!!!

From Bonners Ferry to Odessa

A travel blog entry by pauline49 on Sep 19, 2013

2 comments, 8 photos

Chris ambled or should I say stumbled over to Starbucks for our morning coffee. his request for a cappuccino met with the response, "Wet or dry?" Dry apparently means lots of froth!
As we passed through the Davenport region, wheat fields stretched as far as the eye could see, some yet to be harvested and some simply stubble and where the stubble had been removed willy nillies danced across the dirt and rose ...

June 22, 2013

A travel blog entry by suziq12449 on Jun 22, 2013

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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

... So for now we just had to start heading East, towards home :(. But this is a good thing, as we got news today that we finally closed on the house deal! We are now proud homeowners, and get to pull right into our own driveway from our trip! It almost makes you want to drive strait home, but there really is still too much ...