Hotel Rio Vista
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- Concierge desk
- Microwave in room
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Rio Vista Winthrop
Awesome Hotel! Great Room! Great View of the River!
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When we left this morning, there was actually a little rain in the air. We put on the rainsuits, but in reality after the last couple of days heat, the cool rain felt great! It drizzled for about an hour, and the temperature stayed in the low 80's. The plan this morning was to follow US-2W to WA-174W to the Grand Coulee Dam. The scenery could not …
... the rear slide out that Ed is now afraid to slide out since it is not showing a default and the fuse had to be touched/held to operate. Therefore we are not able to walk around our bed or open the bathroom door all the way. We can only move through the hall one at a time. While inconvenient it is better that putting out the slide and not being able to get it back in....that is a game stopper! Too many miles to go to risk.
Today we drove 325 ...
Hiked a crazy river trail in the morning, made Rainy Pass at 5 pm and were driven in to a wonderful world. The World of the Waylands. Thanks so much guys, too kind. We will return to trail tomorrow morning and start our final approach to the finish line. Another 60.77 miles and we will reach a monument on a border. It is such a unique feeling to see the conclusion of something you have been working towards for so long. We have done it. We are doing it. We are ...
... to try to reach Lindsey. Of course though as is whenever you find yourself in these situations everything went to voicemail. We left Plan B type messages of desperation and camped at Purple point with hopes that tomorrow would rectify our rendezvous ambitions and somehow find a way to reach Lindsey. On a great bonus note, we ran into Pinecone and Windsong here, though more than likely for ...
Our travels have brought us into the state of Washington. The landscape changed dramatically from forested mountains to rolling hillsides of wheat, hay and cattle; then dry mountainous slopes with few trees. We stopped along the way at Grand Coulee Dam. Jim wasn't too happy to drive off the route on the hairpin downward grade into the parking lot, but it was a pretty impressive structure. It contains 12 million cubic yards of concrete and is the ...