Travel Blogs from Wenatchee
... changing and changing, never constant... Something I would need time to get used to for sure.
When I am getting into Seattle I have to book my bed for the night last minute... What can you do if there is no wifi access on the train and the phone doesn't have service? Not my fault. Some hostel will take me in and provide me with a hot shower soon!
Not far from our start point we passed through a sculpture garden and by an old rail depot and industrial area before crossing the first bridge over the river and dropping us into an area of homes and natural habitats. There were some gentle ups and downs but most of the trail is flat.
... on a weekend but just are not very good at planning ahead.
A quick internet search for campsites in nearby Leavenworth revealed the KOA where we stayed on the first night – it was not that great – and ...
... etc. etc. A slow start to say the least; it was threatening to rain and we saw no reason to hurry, deciding to head for Leavenworth just a couple of hours away. More delays, once on the highway we realized it had been a long time since breakfast and we would never make it across the pass without food so one more stop, this time at the Maltby Café where they always serve up ...
... rather hungry and decided to order the pork hock. OMG! it was bigger than my head.. Shan had a much more civilised size meal so helped me finish mine.. the food was amazing and the service was great too seeing as we were pretty much the only ones in the restaurant! We experienced our first flurries snowfall on the walk home which was great, left us wondering what Stevens Pass was going bring for us the next day but it ended up being nothing. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center