Oxford Suites Downtown Spokane
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... miles. It goes from rich green forests to open desert plains, to rugged mountains to rolling hills with boulders and deep ravines filled with shallow rivers. There were miles and miles of barley and wheat fields. We crossed the continental divide at an elevation of 6393. At that elevation, you can only imagine driving our rigs up and down these roads. Up we maxed out at 36 mph, and coming down the signs warn of overturned trucks and offer runaway ramps. ...
... were getting bread rolls while they waiting (although I will admit that that could have been part of the meal they ordered).
Other guests were getting drinks refreshed.
We got nothing. I even asked the manager about some fried bread looking stuff a lot of people were getting cause it looked good. He knew we had been waiting an hour at that point, described how awesome the fried bread was, and how it is ...
... are the mountains of the Cascades . . . as the train inches across . . . . I took some pictures . . . but by time we went to dinner . . . it was getting time to settle into our bunks . . . it isn't your own bed . . . but it was comfy . . . well, sort of!! There were outlets for all of the electronic devices to be on chargers . . . and the little room did have its own toilet and shower . . . more about that shower thing later!!
Our first dinner mates were ...
This morning we drove to Spokane, after a really yummy breakfast made by Mo. This time we didn't get lost so it only took about an hour and a half. We drove around Spokane and saw Ashley's grandma's house and school, and where she grew up. The house itself was quite run down, much like a lot of the other houses in the area, although apparently back when they were first built it was quite a nice area, so its sad that it isn't any more, apparently you want to ...
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Issaquah Resident Johann Neethling to walk
From Spokane to Issaquah
ISSAQUAH, WA (June 26, 2012) – Issaquah resident Johann Neethling is undertaking a huge challenge – walking 300 miles from Spokane to Seattle.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsOxford Suites Downtown Spokane
Lovely small(ish) hotel on the banks of the river. Had a river view room with a balcony. Staff at check-in were really friendly. Room was very clean and a good size. Proper high speed wi-fi, and FREE!!! Bed was really comfortable. Spokane is a great little city, and the hotel is in a good location. Just a short and scenic walk along the river and across a bridge and your in the center of town! If I'm ever back in Spokane, I'll deffo stay here again.
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