Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Cheney - University Area
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the flight wasn't even half full! For whatever reason, we were all glad to have more room to spread out and try to sleep lying down, as well as shorter lines for the lavatories and a much quieter plane. Along with trying to read and/or sleep, Dan and I watched a couple movies and people-watched. Tried to figure out where the mixed group of some kind of older athletes was headed, but didn't want to stare at the writing on their shirts too much. They were ...
... the London atmosphere.
... mesh lids so we could at least roast marshmallows and Amy could fine tune her s'more prowess. Trust me, this is now science. I would recommend this KOA to anyone traveling through Spokane and needs to overnight. Very well run and professional. Just thought I'd throw that in for the fellow camper/Farkels in the group. One more night of life on the road, hopefully in Birch Bay by 6 or so tomorrow. That's it, JB has Spokane enough for now. I know, cheesy but ...
... go into details of the issues that causes. I also had to get a spare clip for my cycling shoes because mine had become loose. These things took 5 minutes, but then I asked if they knew of any watch shops because my watch/heart rate monitor was signalling it was running out of battery. Fortunately for me, the bike shop owner thought of himself as a crack with any bit of machinery or electrics so he said he would ...
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 ...