Red Lion Hotel Lewiston
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Travel Blogs from Lewiston
... at last night.
As I was exiting the motel office after booking a room, there was a Sheriff in the parking lot with his lights flashing. My first thought was that they had caught up with me. Turns out he was just warning everyone that we wouldn't be able to get out of the parking lot for a bit while the parade passed nearby. Apparently today marks the kickoff of the Garfield County Fair. Too bad we're going to have ...
... of my most-favorite places, the Lochsa River. We did a whitewater float there two years running with our friends David and Sus'. We still have great memories of being "popped" out of the raft and waiting to be hauled back in. Nothing more thrilling than "riding the tubes" through Class IV rapids! The water should be down a bit from back then, but will be thrilling to see again. We hope to spend the night at Wilderness Gateway Campground. It's one of ...
... all the way to the airport and almost made it back to Moscow before falling asleep (she stayed awake for almost 1 hour 15 minutes! Mind you at 3am!!!!) So it was a limp noodle I pulled from the car seat and lugged up the stairs and gently placed in to bed! She only woke up enough to snuggle in closer to me and ask for the blanket!
Upon leaving, Michael (being the best husband and the most organized one at that) left me a printed and ...
... spot from here on out! After lunch, I found a Children’s Museum just a ½ mile from us and today at 2pm they have a special Toddler-Time! I think Mia will enjoy it…while I will be cringing at the thought of all the germs that are on the toys…hopefully the germs won’t be ‘Texas-style’ because you know what they say…..everything is bigger in Texas! =) Well off we go….. ...
... coach rolling down the street. OK, not really, but a lot great small shops and restaurants without the usual tourist trap feel. It's a cool, old small town in a beautiful setting without being a tourist trap.
The drive out of Joseph through Enterprise then north on 129. Goes through beautiful rolling hills and pastures with occasional thick patches of Ponderosa pine, peaking at around 4700’ at the
Chief Joseph Canyon viewpoint. Canyon looks like a green version ...
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility