Comfort Inn Spokane North
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- The drive was 172.6 miles and we filled up the tank with 7.8 gallons of gasoline for $31.98
- We arrived at at 1:00pm in the afternoon
- We changed the ice for $4. bought $15 dollars in snacks.
- And then we drove on.
... is easy to overlook the simple fact that the highway system is a relatively new development and that it was not the road system that opened the country. After an initial flood of migrants west on the overland wagon trails, it was the early and dramatic expansion of the railways, and the expansion of the navigable rivers with a system of canals, that carried the burden of uniting and developing a new nation. Americans roads were so poor that in ...
... ended up beating her by just one point!
We got up and hit the road before the heat set in in Missoula. It was nice to stay with Yogi Bear and BooBoo (pictures to come), but the RV park didn't have many trees and we didn't want to hang out in the forecasted 93 degree heat. We made it to Coeur d'Alene in only 2.5 hours and it was an easy drive. Just before we crossed the border into Idaho we saw a big moose running in the woods alongside ...
... Since it was towards the end of the RV season, shops were booked a month or more out. Apparently everyone else and their relatives were getting repairs and winterizing their coaches. Bad timing.
Feeling frustrated, we took a break on the Centennial Trail, through Gonzaga University and downtown Spokane. Spokane's claim to fame was hosting the 1974 Expo. What we really remember is the swarms of insects on the trail. It was similar to how fog rolls in, but instead there ...
The Empire Builder train departs once daily (yes only one goes a day!) and leaves during the night so that when
it gets to the Glacier National Park it's light enough to see the
I arrived into downtown Spokane Amtrak station, (which is also
coincidentally the Greyhound terminal that I'd arrived into 21 hours
before) at 1am. Although I'd scanned the Amtrak website before setting
off I wasn't sure ...