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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Ruby2 Spokane
Travel Blogs from Spokane
... Panhandle was such a thrill from the natural sights alone.
Anywho, after our scenic drive we finally made it to Spokane in one piece. shortly after settling in with our friends we decided that we should experience a bit of the night life while we were all in town. Our destination was the No-Li Brew House (Northern Lights). Two breweries in one day?!? Not bad at all if I do say so myself. The one thing that I would say about No-Li is ...
... some drinks, ordered some food. All was well. Fifteen minutes later, waitress checks in. Thirty minutes later waitress apologizes for the delay. Forty-five minutes later waitress says their printer broke so the ticket never got to the kitchen. One full hour and a manager comes to apologize for the wait as well. Our waitress can't seem to talk to us any more lol!
At this point we are cranky and starving. We were getting ...
... hit flat flat land on hwy 2 that Enabled us to almost see home. Not this again. Days inn. Room 128. Dinner was at Panda Express and I am now watching gas monkey garage. It's 7:30 and I am ready for bed having those 4 days in Kelowna with no riding has put my body into a little shell shock. Everything from my eyeballs down seems to hurt today. And it was only about a 500km day. Tomorrow we plan to stop somewhere in ...
... good when staying with friends who know we do not need to be entertained and love it when they are comfortable doing everything they need and want to do - even with someone (us) sitting at their dining room table or on their living room sofa... We love that and oddly enough we had obligations too and they make it easy for us to go about doing what we needed to as well.
... 3 cylinders instead. :)
We saw the Mission Mountain peaks on our left from Summit Lake... at a lovely surprise turnout.
We eventually came to Swan Lake, which said it was the longest lake without a dam. (Not sure if that's state, country, world...?) Further down, we saw a heavily logged mountainside... a few trees left standing. And soon, found ourselves rolling into beautiful Bigfork. I was very excited about ...