Quality Inn Downtown 4th Avenue
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Downtown 4th Avenue Spokane
Everyone from receptionist to housekeeper was friendly and polite and eager to make our stay as comfortable as possible. The rooms were great, bed was just what we needed for a good night's rest. Since we were having to leave before 2am the staff arranged for us to have a breakfast prepared and waiting before we checked out. We'll definitely stay here again.
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... Bongwater Hemp Ale, which was exactly what I needed to wet my whistle. Ible had the Brick and Morter Porter. A drink of some distinction, but just a little too much for me (very smokey and rich).
Once we had finished our brews we continued our drive to Spokane. And do not worry, we were quite sober when we got back on the road. The latter half of the drive took us through the north western corner of Montana and the Panhandle of Idaho. ...
... on the roads in this area.
There are also a lot of little communities all over. Pods of houses scattered around, and some really nice "I hate you rich people" houses up on mountains and stuff.
After a couple of hours, we finally got to Columbia Falls and our first hotel for the trip. The Western Inn right on the edge of Glacier Park (you can see my thoughts on the hotel in tomorrows blog).
... wheelchair who was following her and jumped on his lap and the both of them fell on the side of the road. Security from the casino had to go over and help them out. Sorry. No pictures boys. She would have broken the camera anyways. It was a little sad leaving Kelowna as I liked that little town. We followed the Okanagan lake thru the mountains and crossed the boarder in Washington state. I was harassed a little bit ...
... 83, which bagan our "scenic highway"... although we commented on how beautiful the drive had already been, and were already happy to have taken this route. We were in awe of the beauty of Salmon Lake; we fell in love with the small, quaint town of Seeley Lake; we found all kinds of house we could live in; we admired the miles and miles of tall tall trees; we saw all kinds of lodges and accommdations that we wanted to look up later. ...
... it is near the railroad tracks!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ed drove 477 miles.
We had scones for our afternoon snack and raisin cinnamon buns for dessert. ARE YOU HUNGRY YET!
We plan on shopping in Spokane tomorrow and driving over the border at Oroville, Wa. We plan to drive to the Kamloops, British Columbia area. That depends on many variables. We may or may not have internet. No news only means no internet.
We are dusting off ...