Knights Inn Spokane North

Address: 20 W. Houston Avenue, Spokane, Washington, 99208, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 20 W. Houston Avenue, Spokane, is near Riverfront Park, Centennial Trail, Gonzaga University, and Carr's One of a Kind in the World Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Spokane

    Day 1 - Into the East, and two times the falls!

    A travel blog entry by stuggernaut on Jul 19, 2014

    13 photos

    ... to the falls, and the other goes to the swinging bridge.




    The Falls

    The river is actually pretty large and the rapids are crazy fast. No way would I want to ever raft in this water, that's for sure!

    The falls are short, but the fast flowing water makes it great to just watch. We snapped a few pics and then worked our way up the trail some more to get closer. Got close enough to put my ...

    Day 2: July 12, 2014: Seattle to Spokane

    A travel blog entry by travelingmama on Jul 12, 2014

    38 photos

    ... Met a couple on the tour in McDonalds, JR and Valerie from Florida and Maryland. Went in to the Safeway grocery store to grab some snacks and mouthwash, the bottle at home was to bit to bring with us. Got back on the bus. First river east of Seattle was the Sky River. The next river was the Wenatachee Banks Lake. There was a lake called Steamboat Rock, it was 27 miles long. Then we visited the visitor center at FDR Lake. It was ...

    Preparing for the long drive

    A travel blog entry by ustrip2014 on May 16, 2014

    7 photos

    ... a photo of it for the sake of being able to say I made it this time.

    We had been very close, but we didn't have time to ask people (I spent over an hour asking directions and getting blank stares before someone sent me in the right direction).



    Along the way I'd seen these things pumping and decided it would be appropriate to photograph them too:

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    On the way to Whistler

    A travel blog entry by mudhntrtravels on Aug 09, 2013

    ... anyway because although my bike is a cross country bike, at least it is full suspension. Tristan's bike is a rigid rear so his bike skips and shudders the entire way down. The terrain was rocky and rutted, making it difficult to keep tires in contact with the soil. Downhill bikes are made to deal with this punishment and their suspension soaks up the bumps and keeps the bikes controllable. I digress. We headed down B-Line and were doing quite well. We were ...

    A Unique Urban Walk in Spokane!

    A travel blog entry by friesendm on May 30, 2013

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... of cascades drops the river through powerhouses, beneath a plethora of delightful footbridges, onto the western edge of the historic district.

    The river and a series of parks give downtown Spokane a relaxed blend of urban and rural, and we had no trouble crafting a pleasing, multi-faceted 6-mile walk from elements of the local club's walk route, highlights of Gonzaga University, the Centennial Trail, the ...