Hampton Inn & Suites Walla Walla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... ridges with large plateau's at elevation between them. There were a number of towns scattered throughout, and while very dry looking for now, I imagine it all gets covered in snow before long.
I was getting going to make it before sunset with 15 minutes to spare, but with some much fuel spare, and up at a good altitude, I thought I'd see what we could do at ...
Saturday: I got an early start as I couldn't sleep anyway, so I figured I'd put on some serious miles on my first day ... and I did ... 486 of them. Fortunately, traffic wasn't too bad along the I-5 in Washington, except for about 20 miles of road construction an hour out of Bellevue. That was slow going but after that it was just steady, serious driving, (although, we did take advantage of rest ...
... in this town are proud of their town and its history.
Its hot in the sun, so we stopped at Great Northern beer/wine/pizza bar for a cold drink and enjoyed it while we sat outside and people-watched.
We passed a huge clock tower that had a plaque dedicating it to the owners and employees of Smith Frozen Foods for 50 years of success in this valley.
Found a nice Thai place for dinner and walked home under a huge, almost-full moon.
... Googled the umbrella store I remembered--Schirm Eggers--and from there picked my way through the trail of breadcrumbs to a few names that sounded vaguely familiar. Via Facebook, I messaged those two names--and TA-DAH, the rest is history. We've been messaging ever since, catching up on 50 years of personal history. She has three sons--very nearly the same age as my two sons and a grand-daughter Hanna who is one week younger than ...
... food being the epitome of a satisfying meal. And neither of us can tell a C******nay from a Pinto Grigio, although we can say if we like whatever it is we are drinking. Therefore, we did not dine at four and five-star Michelin-rated restaurants, but at local trattorias and cafes in Italy and bistros and brasseries in France. At most of those places the food was always reasonably priced and tasted good which made it a win-win for us.