Spokane House Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... br> Entering the park from downtown Spokane, you come upon the bronze statues of runners. The group is called The Joy of Running Together, and was done by artist David Godevare, who created the wild horses mentioned in an earlier entry.
Our walking trail wound through the park and across the river to the Gonzaga University campus. We made a brief stop at ...
... tossed some **** in our room and immediately went on the hunt for some food. We had seen a few pubs and restaurants on the drive in, but figured we should just ask someone where to go.
The hotel front desk recommended a place up the road call The Nite Owl & The Back Room. Time for some local eats! It was pretty crowded too so that is always a good sign.
We got in there ...
... where Tini Bigs is located . . . thinking you would be thinking I made that up!! I didn't . . . look at the pictures!!
On the way back I decided to stop in at the neighborhood Starbucks . . . and there were
3 or 4 people in line . . . so I queued up . . . there was one fellow ******* around with his iPhone . . . that I didn't know if he was in line or not . . . and he said that he was . . . he just needed a 'little space '. . . some what, I'm ...
... Spokane Hoopfest is. In its 23rd year, it is the "biggest 3-on-3 basketball tournament on Earth." Over 7,000 teams more than 20,000 more than 3,000 volunteers, 225,000 fans and 450 courts spanning 42 city blocks! As a "career event person" I have marveled not only at the enormity of it but the remarkable organization of it. It is a well-oiled machine. The planning begins two weeks after ...
... the top we'd found we'd just crossed Steven's Pass and now we were headed down! At the bottom of the Pass the land opened up into fields of stone fruit (peaches, cherries, apricots, etc) backed by bare, dry hills. As the trees disappeared, we moved onto the plains. Around this time we came into Wenatchee, our agreed stop for lunch. We had a quick McD's and were back on the road for our afternoon stint. We started out with the ...