Hampton Inn Spokane
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Travel Blogs from Spokane
... initial turbulence. I played some Tetris to help the first flight pass before arriving in Phoenix and jumping straight on the next flight to Spokane. This flight passed quicker than the other which I was thankful for. We arrived and walked down to baggage claim and there was Len and Leatha I was incredibly grateful after a 12 hour travel day. We collected our bags after taking a selfie to send Mum and ...
... had a funny twist. This famous, but now defunct, road was originally designated No 60. This changed when Kentucky complained that their road would be designated No 62 which seemed to Kentucky an inauspicious number. After complaints from the governor, MacDonald resolved the impasse by giving Kentucky road No 60 and the Chicago-California road the unallocated number 66. It was just as well, get your kicks on Route 60, just doesn't sound as good!
... average, but had a carry-on with flowers and skulls on it...I didn't come to any conclusions. ;)
I heard the flight attendants discussing the elderly Chinese man a couple rows ahead of this family. He had wanted to buy some food, but didn't have a credit card and they were having a hard time explaining it to him. I thought maybe the attendant was getting him a free meal, but I guess not. And I thought about buying him some food, but didn't follow through on ...
It is still the night before I start riding. I have my bike re-assembled and all ready to go. I am definitely ready myself and just want to get pedaling. Before I leave, I will first shoot for an interview at the Spokane newspaper since my hotel is just 2 blocks away. Speaking of interviews, I had a long and at times, very emotional one with a writer from back home. The article will ...
... We did have an oscillating fan though. In the morning, the drill Sargent (me) woke us up early to make first tracks on the mountain. With breakfast done, repairs made to my tire, and water in our packs, we headed to the lift. Much as I've read about Whistler you'd have thought I would know the difference between cross country and gravity! Anyway, we were the only ones in the lift line without full face helmets. Undaunted, we continued on. ...