Red Lion River Inn
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... revealed to us more of their fair city. HA! What am I going to do with a pocket full of Euros back in Spokane? Just a tip... if any of you cabbies come to Spokane to work, to get us from our South Martin house to Rite-Aid, you shouldn't need to access I-90. Twice. To the weather Gods: We had absolutely perfect weather on this trip. What more can one ask? To the internet: What a useful tool! This alone saved me countless ...
... about an hour east of Seattle. On Sunday, we drove in to Seattle for the day. What fun! We went to Pike's Market, walked the waterfront, ate at The Crab Pot, toured the Underground and rode the trolley around the city.
Monday we are back on I-90 headed east which will be our route all the way to Illinois. Yes, we are headed to Roscoe! Yea! But first we have to stop in Spokane for some coach maintenance.
Monday night, we met up with a past ...
... open . . . so I walked down to find out . . . but on the way passed another (newer) venue, The Lodge, . . . a sort of upscale sports bar. Lots of wood, a rustic feel, and large booths . . . and not too busy at 2:00 p.m.!! I got a menu to show Carol.
Upon return, I took some pictures of the gussied up King Street Station . . . and this place has had quite a make-over since being here in 2008!! They have painted the place bright white, cleaned, repaired, or ...
After the 2 ½ weeks with Susan and Eldon in Spokane we hooked up the trailer for the final leg of the journey. We decided to avoid the mountain passes and drove Route 2, a beautiful ride through Priest River, Washington, Sand Point, Idaho and Libby, Montana before returning to our favorite Valley in the country.
... a question that makes me sit a little straighter: "Why did you choose this border crossing to enter the US?" This brings back memories of last summer when the border guard at Emerson, Manitoba did not like that Jim and I were from Edmonton, crossing through Manitoba and going to Minneapolis for only two days. Long story short, we were turned back. I hold my breath. "We were here in Creston for a barbeque," Heidi tells him. The ...