Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Cheney - University Area
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Cheney
... to squeeze all the little bottles of toiletries (we kept almost all that we got...from a lot of hotels) and the big tube of toothpaste into one bag, which I had failed to do. Dan had his own problems, but the little jar of jam from Harrod's was declared ok, as was the little Paris snowglobe souvenir that we thought might get taken...they weren't all heartless.
So, true confessions here. I have a cute little Body Shop travel kit with my "froo-froo" face ...
... Drive to Caernarfon, Wales, a great "castle city". Staying two nights at the Black Boy Inn, built in 1522! Castles, hikes around Snowdonia Park and gardens.
... projects that will cause delays… And the contractor who runs the Hotels and RV Parks in Yellowstone have signed a new 20 year contract… it requires upgrades to lots of the facilities that visitors use… And it’s said that 28,000 room nights will not be available over the next 2 years… for those upgrades… That means that those people who’d normally spend at night ...
At 3 am I got to meet Spring, Jamie’s roommate. I may have still been awake when there was a knock at the door. Then there was another knock and some yelling. Outside the apartment there was a large drunk black man who chose Jamie’s door to bother. We all watched through the peep hole as he swayed back and forth, mumbled some nonsense and then tried the neighbors door. He walked around to the slider and couldn’t get in there either. He was very ...
On Saturday we visited the Mt Hood Railroad and then it was into Portland where Cliff had found a model railway shop to purchase some more wagons for his collection.
Yesterday, as we drove along the Columbia River Gorge we left the trees behind and the mountains became various shades of green and grey where they were covered in lichen and moss. The scenery was lovely, forever changing, and we passed three more ...