Holiday Inn Express Walla Walla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Indoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... power for a while, and goodness gracious, I was able to maintain 100 knots!
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I don't know how long we waited; it seemed like hours, but finally we spotted a car approaching from the direction we ...
... sunset. Let's hope for clear weather and no wind! Otherwise, it could be not only disappointing but disastrous!
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... or famous tourist sites on our RS Tour in 2013, I wanted to experience Paris in a different way by seeing some of the non-toruristy, more local parts of the city. As a result, we walked miles each day, up and down hundreds of stairways to ride the underground rail to Metro stops and arrondisements that most tourists only see on a map, if even then. By the end of each day, we were exhausted and our feet and other body parts ached, but since we were only ...