Holiday Inn Spokane Airport
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Indoor pool
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room
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... 34 deg Celsius. The sun is very scorching here. I'm already darkened and burnt from the Yellowstone activities. I'm going to be even more burnt now. I think I'm gonna limit my time outdoors. Besides, there not much to do here, I think. Just using this place as a stop-over. The I-90, since we turned into it, is heavily utilised. There are many vehicles on the roads from Montana, through to Idaho right into Washington. We can quite close to the border. The ...
Bleary eyed and starving, we made it to the 8 am ferry to Tsawassen. Everything was going fine until we hit line #2 at Peace Arch crossing. First clue: line #2 was slow moving, for reasons which would soon become apparent. Border Agent #1 was surly, and displeased with our open ended plan to tootle around the Four Corners of the Southwestern States and directed us to report inside the ...
... flight, saw his problem and reached up to get them down for him. As the passengers in the back rows watched, he slowly dragged his belongings up the aisle a bit, then a flight attendant gave him a hand. It was good that no one was grumbling at having to wait a few minutes longer for him, but it would have been better if "someone" had jumped up and seen his need immediately.
We walked into familiar Sea-Tac, and everyone took off in different directions. It ...
... get to the bottom of its problems. And then the clutch adjustment kept going away.
Still we were motoring and we had a solid initial run out of Spokane late on Saturday afternoon until we came to this rest area:
On we drive, keeping up a fair pace despite the carburettor problem. We reckoned that it would be okay to stop somewhere about 60 miles before Seattle and we found a Rest Area in just the ...
Hey, I'm going to be in Italy for the next couple of weeks. Paul Saunders and I will be riding with a small group led by our friend, Eros Poli, from Sestri Levante (Cinque Terre, more or less) to Matera in the deep south. We are going to see a huge amount of the lefthand part of Italy. See map on this site. I'll also post links to MapMyRide maps and profiles. I'm just about to take off from Newark for Rome. More ...