Der Ritterhof Motor Inn
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Travel Blogs from Leavenworth
4th Feb to 5th Feb
After leaving the hustle and bustle of Seattle, we headed for our first snowboarding stop Stevens Pass, about 2 hours west of Seattle. The drive out was overcast so we had no idea the beauty that lay beyond the clouds until we drove back but what we did see was some really random shops and crazy coffee stops. Every …
... around them. They were a scenic oasis overlooking an industrial area and a wide meandering river. Backtracking was necessary to call in at Enterprise Car Hire to extend our car hire and see if we could get the GPS working properly. Had to have a quick trip to Walmart. Didn't see any Walmartians but maybe I'll be in the next set of emails that circulate. Eventually we arrived in ...
... a very fun game misleadingly called “the naked game.” It’s really 3 rounds of charade-like behavior, some rounds allowing talking or limited talking, and the last round truly just like charades. Really fun. Of course, Ashley and Sam’s team won because they cheated. Sam sneaked to the refrigerator and ate Ashley’s birthday cake during the game, which was intense enough that no one noticed until the next morning. Bad, bad Sam.
... experience the architecture was nice. There are some many things within walking distance and the weather was perfect, so we really enjoyed ourselves. My favorite shop that we stopped in that day was Kris Kringl, Where It's Christmas All Year Long!
Once we checked into our hotel and I made a few return birthday phone calls to my family, we all went swimming at the hotel pool. Later, we went to dinner at Der Hinterhof, which was one of the most family-friendly restaurants ...
... C). Mt. St. Helens was majestic as it jutted up behind the farmland and hills in the distance. The temps continued to climb as we reached Yakima, "the Palm Springs of Washington" where it hit 97. (The real Palm Springs hit 122.) We stopped to cool off at a Yakima Nation tribal fruit stand, and enjoyed fresh-picked apricots, peaches, cherries and bottled water (our new lunch alternative.) Total cost: $3.75!
We continued north on 97. The ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Great hotel in a great location and the room size was more than enough. The bathroom was a little on the small side and the heating wasnt as hot as I needed but wouldnt hesitate to stay here again.
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