Hampton Inn & Suites Spokane Valley
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... then walked off. I maybe would have offered us some, but that is just me I guess.
In the end, we were not offered any breaks, extras (some places will give you a dessert or something), or discounts. They acted like nothing happened and sent us on our way.
Oh, and the food sucked. Well mine did, Christy liked hers but I think her palette was tainted by hunger!
Day one ends on a low note... but still awesome overall!
June 27, 2013 (Thursday)
Last night as I was crawling into bed we had an earthquake (wierd). Rained last night but not when I got up. Hooked up the trailer and headed off to Spokane, Washington. Spent the afternoon in Spokane getting Cheryls phone fixed. I drove around ...
... 89 made it seem like we were going to encounter Frodo and Gandalf. What a sight to see all around us. Massive mountains rising up on either sides of the road guarded the valley that housed countless wildlife such as reindeer, grizzly bears, horses, bison, etc. Once arriving in Gardiner and upon entering Yellowstone, we were greeted by the park ranger who grew up an hour from me in Pennsylvania (small world). The north entrance road ...
... or maybe they fried up some bacon and put it in there) which I assume is gravy for the biscuits. People are pouring it on and raving about it, but doesn't look like something I would enjoy so I don't even try. We eat our waffle and do some people watching then head back to our room. If you get what you pay for, the breakfast was worth every penny of free. Tomorrow will be breakfast somewhere else.
... for the next leg of our journey. After a leisurely hour with my coffee and the computer, I decide to get a move on. There is lots of time before the 11:00 a.m. check-out so I don't have to rush. Thank goodness. Megan comes by the motel to take some stuff back to Edmonton for us. We don't need to drag it down to the US and it will just take up space. We visit for a bit longer and then say our goodbyes; Megan leaves us to pack up the ...