Golden Oak Inn

3001 North and South Highway, Lewiston, Idaho, 83501, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 3001 North and South Highway, Lewiston, is near Nez Perce County Historical Society Museum and Lewis-Clark Center for Arts & History.
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Travel Blogs from Lewiston

Day 69

A travel blog entry by bharvey on Jun 24, 2014

13 photos

... following the river more closely - a river with some intense rapids on it and some beautiful rushing creeks entering the river from time to time. I believe we followed Lolo Creek and then Lochsa River. Absolutely beautiful. One stop we wandered across the river on a footbridge and learned there were hot springs some 15 minutes or so further down the trail. We didn't go, though. Another stop, DeVoto Memorial Cedar Grove, was similar to ...

Idaho!

A travel blog entry by augustinesghost on Sep 23, 2013

10 photos

... folks from Pennsylvania in town that week on a hunting trip (there’s big game in the area, like elk) and she said they were real nice. Well of course they are, Liv. Geez. I told the Postmaster the U.S. flag up at the school was flying upside down and caused a minor stir: we learned in scouts that an upside down flag is a distress signal. He and Liv both thought the same thing, so he called up there ...

A Visit to the Old Homestead (and Ice Cream!)

A travel blog entry by bushaw on Jul 03, 2013

19 photos

... drive (about 8 miles) to Pullman. Just outside of Moscow, heading towards Pullman, we passed into Washington, our last border crossing for the trip (we counted up 28 states that we visited, plus Mexico and Canada).

Our first stop in Pullman was Ferdinand's Creamery (Ice Cream Shoppe) on the Washington State University Campus. This is where they make the famous "Cougar Gold" cheese (and other variants). They have an "observation deck" where you can look ...

Back in Idaho

A travel blog entry by ralphieboyo on Jul 27, 2011

3 comments, 4 photos

... spots with several trails there, some of which lead into the Bitterroot-Selway Wilderness: thus the name.

I took no photos today, but have a couple from the sunset last night in Plymouth. I hope that will suffice. I have received scant comments lately, so hope that you're still out there. Otherwise, I must admit, that I'll just have to follow the dictates of my Ego and keep on producing this thing. Take care and above all, live life and enjoy summer.
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Victoria to Anacortes to Moscow, Idaho

A travel blog entry by barkerstravels on Jul 07, 2011

... anyone visiting these areas to eat at these places..YUM YUM!

We made perfect time to Sydney Bay where we had to clear customs and board the ferry to Anacortes. The 2 hour ride was uneventful but it was fun to sail through the San Juan Islands….different route than our ferry from Vancouver to Victoria. Anacortes is about 80 miles outside of Seattle and our goal was to get through Seattle before 4pm. Unfortunately, the first sailing from Victoria was noon which put us ...