Red Lion Hotel At The Park
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... are tired and impatient, always expecting instant gratification. That's not fair. Without firing a single shot, we invade your country, bully our way through and move on - leaving a trail of spent Euros and empty wine and beer bottles. (Somebody's got to do it - those bottle farmers have to eat too.) A special shout out to the Italian cabbies. In their zeal to pad the fare, and to show us every back alley and "short cut," ...
... and sat in a closed refrigerator to rot for over 2 weeks? No? Let me tell you, it's nasty and those commercials about Fabreeze aren't quite accurate! We were lucky though that the engine batteries were still good enough to start the coach and thus charged the house batteries. We were on the road again, all windows open.
We headed south for an hour then headed east on I-90. After many failed attempts to find a campground near Seattle, we landed at a ...
... used to be . . . there were two new stadiums (one football and one baseball) built sort of across the large parking lot from the old locale . . . but now there are some other office buildings going up . . . lots of tower cranes about!!
We got the bags checked in for red cap delivery to our sleeping room on the train . . . so I decided to check out the lunch options. There was some painting going on outside the entrance to FX McRory's . . . so I wasn't sure ...
... may have had an impact… Or maybe the sun was in their eyes...
So the kids headed back on Sunday and I left for to spend the July 4th week in Bigfork while Billy finished the first phase of the ...
... cars ahead of us and the line is moving quickly and smoothly. We take off our sunglasses as we slowly make our way to the window. We get there and Heidi passes our passports through. "How are you today?" the border guard asks. "Just fine," Heidi answers. We get the standard questions: Where do you live? Where are you going? How long will you be in the US? Do you have anything in your vehicle that you will be leaving in the US? Then ...