Fairfield Inn Kennewick
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... that had glowing reviews called Masla [check it out if you're ever in Kennewick, for some strange reason]. I had saag paneer with onion naan, and Justin had chicken masala with garlic naan. Totally delicious, it was a family run business, and everyone there was super nice. Portions were large too, both Justin and I had leftovers.
Then it was back to the hotel, updating journal time, and off to bed.
Then we woke up, ate breakfast, and it was off to ID.
Before I get to the scenery, let me tell why else we used to avoid Scottie's...THE TRAINS!!!! There were two through the middle of the night and there are several level crossings near the campground...so lots of horns. But, to be fair, the rest of the time was dead quiet. We gained an hour yesterday so when I boast that we got on the road by 9:30, it was really 10:30. We passed through into the US at Porthill, Idaho. The guard asked us twice if we had ...
... up we all went to the corral for our family riding lesson. Phoebe, Claire and Oriah (as well as Carrie and myself) were in heaven! Instructors Sara and Maggie were there to show us the reins (see what I did there ;) and teach us the basics. I rode on a horse named Rocket (ironic because he liked to mosey around - which was fine by me) an Carrie rode on Monty. Oriah's beautiful horse is named Chief (he liked to lead) and Claire got to ride on ...
... families and their use of the Columbia River. Very elegant.
And the newest lighthouse in Washington, the Clover Island Lighthouse.
A trip down to Walla Walla was a bit disappointing....maybe we went to the wrong part of town but we did get a good ...
... west on Interstate 84 into Oregon. This interstate basically followed the Oregon Trail used by the pioneers and emigrants in the mid 1800's and there were many historical markers along the way.
The landscape changed along the way from semi arid flat lands to green irrigated fields with snow capped mountain ranges. We passed thru the ...