Hilton Garden Inn Spokane Airport
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We started in Spokane after flying in from Seattle.
First stop ... Costco in Coeur d'Alane to get some supplies for the road. Lots of water, and some meal bars to save on snacks. Then comes the realization that we (ie: Stuart) forgot our bag of bathroom supplies!
Second Stop ... Walmart! Bathroom supplies bought, along with some other extra items (sun screen most importantly).
Now, finally, on the ...
... in this day and age. The day ends upon arrival in Spokane where we spend the night"
Our Journal:Woke up at about 5:30 am to set our luggage out for the 7:00 am pickup. Boarded the bus at 7:45 am. Got on the bus and we were sitting in the front seat behind the driver and the tour guide. It was a great set up for seating. Monica had everyones name on a name card along with what state you were from. She would never have you in ...
... at Seattle at 9:10 pm and went through the long process of collecting our things, standing up and waiting politely for everyone in front to get off first. The elderly Chinese man didn't get the message to wait for other passengers (since he had a wheelchair), but was intently trying to get his bag and long metal case (fishing rod? paintbrushes? precious family scrolls?) down from above. The mom across from me, who had been plenty busy keeping her girls occupied ...
We have a few days to cover here...
I didn't get to bed Monday night, at 2:30 or so I left home and drove to Ben's, on the way the driver's window of the Subaru decided it didn't like going up or down any more and stopped in the mid range. The last 80 or 90kms I had a gale force cold wind blowing in on me!
Ben got me to the station, I was in plenty of time to book in for ...
... she did very, very well in wine selection.
The Cafe Panis photo (located across the Seine from Notre Dame) illustrates Jay's new best friend in French malted beverages - 1664 beer. We later found that this is one of the most popular beers in France.
Doug Ellison's daughter Eilean joined us for lunch near the rue Cler - she told us that rue Cler ...