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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... br> dam. The falls provided a fishing
bonanza for many tribes and a headache for LC.
Lewis called the area the “mart of the west” since so many tribes came
here to trade and so many salmon were dried and pounded into meal. Lewis estimated that he saw 30,000 lbs of fish meal when he passed in 1805. I continued up the river to McNary Dam where
there is a ...
... so I ate a lot of pesto (always with made with fresh basil); carbonara made with eggs, cheese bacon and black pepper; and the savory red sauce that Chef David made in our pasta-making class in which he used pig cheeks, tomatoes, onion, and Parmesan cheese. This was comfort food to the extreme! Next to pasta, pizza was a close second for my favorite food in Italy. Free-form thin crusts topped with any assortment of vegetables, meats, seafood, and ...
... at the top for easy removal.
Last to go in will be my iPad that I'll squeeze down in front of my red purse.
Oh, and not to forget Wally Worm. He's my new travel companion who I'll try to include in a few photos along the way. Keep an eye out for him.
I think I'm done!
P.S. As a note, if you want to see any photo enlarged, simply click on the photo to make it bigger. How cool is that?
... I could fit three summer weight T-shirts, or three scarves, or undies for four days (any more is a waste of space, compression rolling or not). The bigger items like pants, dresses or skirts I just rolled and put on the bottom layer. But they will be easy to get to because everything else on top is neatly compressed and rolled. Pretty cool, huh?
P.P.S. For this post I am using my iPad since that is what I plan to use while traveling. So far, ...
... Fortunately on international flights you are allowed two carry-ons, so my other is my old but trusty North Face day pack. It's seen me through river floats on the Colorado river to tours of Paris and Istanbul. In that I carry all my toiletries, my iPad, my big red cross body purse that is also a staple in my travel wardrobe, and my Toms shoes that squish so flat.
A place for everything and everything in its place.