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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... Washington State meets Idaho. The word comes from the name of one of the main villages of the Palouse Indians. There is also a small town called Palouse but it is of little interest to photographers. The region itself is made up of miles of undulating, rolling hills which are blanketed with a patchwork of different crops. Setting our GPS to the town of Palouse, we set off down highway I-90 eastwards. Shortly after the small town of Ellensburg, ...
... not bother to take any photos, and took a few naps in the car.
We drove through the Turnbull NWR - did not have the energy to walk the trails. It's the middle of the day and we did not see any wildlife. Probably everyone was sleeping. We then drove east on Cheney Plaza road which joins Rt 195 S. Our goal was to find the Chestnut hill outside of Palouse then head to the top of Steptoe Butte for sunset. We were not able to find Chestnut hill, ...
... around to having them tie me up in those floating noodles the whole thing was a blast. Pretty much an awesome all around day. It got me excited to come back to Pullman in the fall but also helped me see I need to ride hard then play hard every day I can this Summer because I am at a total state of content and happiness after today. Go ...
... in on the elegant brick driveway as it was private property. While proceeding down the hill, Ruth checked out the name on the internet and found references to a Bed & Breakfast / Wedding venue at this location with this name. We were intrigued so we turned around and went back. Now knowing that it was a commerical enterprise (of sorts, anyway), we didn't feel so guilty about entering the gates and driving up to the house. It was a castle! Or that's sure ...
There was no shortage of parking garages on campus. We walked around a bit and located the Science section of the campus. This seemed to impress our future scientist, Princess B.
We visited the CUB (Compton Union Building) which is connected to the Football Stadium. We were impressed with all of the food court options and gathering places for students. We met ...