Holiday Inn Express Springfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Really nice rooms
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Day 2 of our road trip took us out of Idaho and into Washington and finally into Oregon. We stopped a few times along the way and even managed to see a small car show in a small town called Ritzville Washington. We always try to pack our own lunch in the morning and stop somewhere along route but today we needed to find a grocery store and stock up …
... a bike ride to check it out.
Thursday, 29 August
It was overcast this morning, the rain must have followed us here. We had a couple of showers throughout the day. Greg and I went to Walmart to get a shower part. We ended up coming home with some cheap shorts for Greg and shirts for the girls but no shower part. Greg will swap shower head with outside one. ...
As I write, we're flying over Manitoba, 7 hours, 35 minutes to go. We'll soon be over the Hudson Bay, then Greenland, Iceland and Ireland. We're still in high spirits and have yet to feel the fatigue that I know is lurking around the corner...But guess what? We lucked out with EconomyPlus seats that happen to have more space than usual because the row in front is for ...
Friday. The 27th. Our vacation officially ends on the 29th.
We had stayed in Orofino on two previous occasions. Once headed east and once headed west. The time we were headed west (homeward) we had planned on it taking two days to get home from there. It's about 600 miles from Orofino to home but we decided that getting home in one day would give us an extra day off to recover from the trip. It had been a very long ...
After spending the night we drove on to Eugene and stopped at the University of Oregon. It has always been one of my favorite colleges for unexplainable reasons, I suppose, since I've never been there before. Had to stop at Hayword Field which defines track and field in this country. Also, checked out Pre's Rock where Steve Prefontaine died in a car crash at the peak of his abilities ...