Holiday Inn Express Wenatchee
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... restaurant on top of the hotel which is along the Columbia River. The river-walk also makes for a pleasant jog.
Down the road on US2 is an interesting town named Leavenworth which is a Bavarian village, sadly I was not here during Oktoberfest but it looked like a great place to spend a day checking out shops and German fare.
... were 20,000 and in the tourist magazine said they have about 8,000. I would believe both numbers as I don’t know what those amounts look like. There were stalls set up throughout the town selling bikie stuff.
We drove through Washington State Park which was on a peninsula and had really thick forest on it. At least we could see the trees because the fog was so thick we couldn’t see anything out on the water. It was a shame, as I am sure there ...
Dinner tonight as we didn't have lunch, was down in a little German or Alpine style restaurant with snitzels & sauerkraut and some red wine straight from the cask and quite disgusting. We were serenaded by an 80 year old Piano Accordion player with hearing aides in both ears. So we toe tapped our way through our meal.
Back in our wonderfully decorated room its down time and the TV is on. Tomorrow is another day and where it leads us who knows..
... s history). We had to sit for a while because Rt. 20 was down to one lane. The fire and flood damage was devastating. We saw homes, vehicles, and outbuildings that were destroyed. We could see the remnants of houses with only chimneys standing in the charred rubble surrounded by mud. It is strange how the fire appeared to jump around leaving some property intact and neighboring areas burnt to a crisp. As ...
... with the name reflecting the parents, I like to speculate. Gravenstein = gravel + Frankenstein??
I'd also like to highlight a corollary benefit while visiting Apple Country: tacos. Apples are picked by hand and the reality of larger-scale orchards today means migrant farm workers, mostly from Mexico originally. The town of Chelan hosts ...