La Quinta Inn Walla Walla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... a jumper. I was pretty pleased that all had gone well, and with so much fuel spare, feel I have proved the capability for the Pacific crossing and feel ready to tackle that next.
My taxi only took 90 minutes to come....grrrr.... So it was getting late, but I did manage to get to visit what had read as being an interesting local cinema. But alas, the concrete floors and tip up seats left me ...
... and entertain me. And yes, I am hooked into the political cycle via 'Occupy Democrat' and 'Blue Nation Review' to name only a few political sites I regularly follow.
But without doubt the BEST and most rewarding thing I do on Facebook is stay in touch with friends--new friends, old friends, local friends, far away friends, and long lost friends!
And that's how I re-connected with Frauke last February. On a ...
BACK IN THE DAY, way back in the last century when I was a 20-year-old college student at the University of Michigan, I went on a post-Christmas U of M Ski Club trip to Switzerland with two of my friends from Michigan State. After the ski trip ended, the three of us stayed in Switzerland to attend the Eurocentre in Lausanne with the sole purpose of studying French. We definitely studied French--for one quarter at least--but we learned ...
... our travel wings and give our hard-earned $$ to another organization, and a non-profit is even better!
As an interesting side note, this tour by Road Scholar is labeled as ACTIVE, which means participants will walk 1-2 miles a day over varied terrain and uneven surfaces. In comparison, Rick Steves' "active" tours are characterized by daily walks of 5-7 miles. I am certainly not complaining, but I think ...
... in northern Michigan. Hard to believe I had been in Europe only the days and weeks before.
By the time we made it home to Walla Walla from Cape Cod after a two-hour bus ride to Boston, a plane transfer and two-hour wait in Salt Lake City, and a midnight cab ride from Pasco airport, we were happy to be home . . . but tired. Hurry-up-and-wait is tiring and even more so when combined with multiple time zone changes.
So that's why I ...