Wingate by Wyndham Spokane
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for great views of the Spokane Falls.
After finishing the walk and getting some lunch, we drove up to Manito Park, famous for its gardens. The rose gardens were being sprayed with something nasty, so we spent most of our time in the dahlia gardens, the conservatory, and the Duncan Garden.
Manito Park was designed ...
... about an hour east of Seattle. On Sunday, we drove in to Seattle for the day. What fun! We went to Pike's Market, walked the waterfront, ate at The Crab Pot, toured the Underground and rode the trolley around the city.
Monday we are back on I-90 headed east which will be our route all the way to Illinois. Yes, we are headed to Roscoe! Yea! But first we have to stop in Spokane for some coach maintenance.
Monday night, we met up with a past ...
... so I got four different IPA's . . . and they were all very good! The picture makes these look like mugs . . . but they are not more than a pint . . . sort of like holding the little fish out front to make it look larger!!
Then, it was back to the station . . . I took some pictures of the improved digs that I am posting . . . . The queuing was the usual Amtrak uncertainty and confusion . . . we thought the sleepers would be boarded separately and ...
... the rest for breakfast tomorrow so I am looking forward to that.
We came home and relaxed down at the lake with a book, which was very nice. This weekend has been a good rest, to catch up on sleep and everything so that we're ready for our last week of sightseeing and travelling around. It's also given us a chance to think about all the things we really want to see ...
... his skin.
The next day was a little more wholesome. We stayed at camp and went for a walk to the lake and up to the 'wilderness' campsite. It was nice to hear Katie and Matt reminiscing about all the good (and hard) times they spent here and seeing their old haunts. There was still no snow falling and most of the old snow was washing away with the days of rain, but there was some ice on the lake and ...