La Quinta Inn & Suites Wenatchee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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I was excited to see central Washington as it's a place I'd never seen before. The drive from Seattle to Wenatchee was beautiful, driving along US2 was scenic and it was a gorgeous day. Wenatchee itself is much more industrial than I imagined, I assume its reputation as the apple capital of the world has something to do with that. ...
... by water as most of them are islands. It is all about fishing and tourism. On the way there are beautiful fields growing lots of food such as corn and pumpkins. It seems to be such a rich area.
Anacortes was filled with bikies. There were thousands. The main street and side streets were all blocked off and the bikes just lined the streets. We were going to stop and have a look but there were no spaces to park so we kept on driving. The guy at the motel ...
... place which I forget the name of, good ice cream too. We kept following the road and we ended up on a ferry which took us over to the town of Everett. and then crossed the Highway 5 and headed east towards Mount Baker. It was a beautiful drive through the mountains. We saw a church that was so small it would only fit two people in it. We also saw a place which had a fence build from old Snow ski"s..all on the wrong side of the road with too much traffic to stop ...
... along the Columbia and Methow Rivers the charred landscape changed into dry grass hillsides, log ranch homes, cattle, horses and tumbleweeds. We arrived at our camp at Beebe Bridge Park along the Columbia River on a sunny afternoon. It was a great park with very large sites for only $15 per night. What a deal! And the walking trails along the Columbia River near camp were beautiful. For the next two days we ...
... wagon," a far cry from the tourist-priced restaurants dotting the main street. It's a food truck, permanently parked at the laundromat, featuring some of the best Mexican street food I've had in a while.
I could get into the politics of immigration and migrant farm workers...but I'll stop with the observation for now and simply put tacos in my mouth hole.