Quality Inn Kennewick
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also looked at:
TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn Kennewick
Travel Blogs from Kennewick
... consistently, which reminds me of Language School! That will be my song and dance, best of intentions to study Italian but life gets in the way so I will be back in kindergarten no doubt but I will still enjoy learning the same things over again! After 50 isn't everything new again?
Off to continue my packing. See you all later!
... that had glowing reviews called Masla [check it out if you're ever in Kennewick, for some strange reason]. I had saag paneer with onion naan, and Justin had chicken masala with garlic naan. Totally delicious, it was a family run business, and everyone there was super nice. Portions were large too, both Justin and I had leftovers.
Then it was back to the hotel, updating journal time, and off to bed.
Then we woke up, ate breakfast, and it was off to ID.
... 30c range. And yet, every once in a while there will be a house, surrounded by green trees. Stopped for fuel in Pasco and voted to veto the bakery trip as it is Monday and a long weekend, and they would probably be closed, and we really couldn't afford the time and it is way too hot to go find it...etc (had an interesting chat with the service station attendant who was Indian/Punjabi. He asked me where we were from and when I said Calgary, he ...
We were all sad to leave today but all good things must come to an end eventually. C made another batch of her now-famous huckleberry pancakes which we ate until we were positively stuffed. At started to rain pretty hard (by our California standards at least) just before we set out to pack the car, so we delayed a bit until it let up. The girls cut out paper snowflakes with C while D and I finished packing ...
... hour backward, so really it was 11:30 for us, and we had woken up very early, so I think that is an acceptable lunch time.
We got on our plane to Spokane airport and hired a car once we got there. As soon as we walked outside and could see the mountains and felt the fresh air we all breathed a sigh of relief, because it was so nice to be out there away from all the people and the buildings and the smog.
We stopped ...