American Travel Inn

Address: 515 S. Grand Ave, Pullman, Washington, 99163, United States | Inn
 
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This inn, located on 515 S. Grand Ave, Pullman, is near Washington State University, Martin Stadium, Museum of Anthropology, and Nica Gallery.
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    Travel Blogs from Pullman

    Inside the land of the Windows™ XP wallpaper

    A travel blog entry by bharat.ranjan on Jun 21, 2014

    12 photos

    ... green hills slowly gave way to the brownish-gold landscape that defines much of eastern Washington. At the Columbia River, we took state highway 26, as we wanted to visit Palouse Falls along the way. A few hours later, we arrived at the state park for the falls. Looking at the surrounding brown, arid land, it is hard to imagine that fairly large waterfall awaits a quick walk from the main parking area. Lying on the Palouse River, the falls look like ...

    Palouse did not disappoint us despite the weather

    A travel blog entry by rulian.fiske on Jun 18, 2014

    2 comments, 13 photos

    ... a big difference when the sun was out! Both in warmth and in the light it gave to the scenery! We really enjoyed driving and seeing the country here! It was just so peaceful and calming. Can't describe it! I just WISH I took better photos!!! I really struggled with the exposure ....Quite embarrassed. Sigh ....

    After Steptoe Butte, we decided to drive to the Kamiak Butte state park which was between Palouse and Pullman. We drove past Colfax where Bob stopped ...

    A Visit to the Old Homestead (and Ice Cream!)

    A travel blog entry by bushaw on Jul 03, 2013

    19 photos

    ... and went to the lodge's "hot springs" -- these were two large custom "hot tubs" in two separate rooms behind the lodge's spacious lobby (nice "log cabin" architecture with very high ceilings). The two tubs were fed directly from the natural hot springs with no adulteration (e.g., cooling or additional heating). The water temperature for both tubs was a little over 100 degrees fahrenheit (102 to 104, I believe; I'd guess that sometimes the two tubs are ...

    Post trip Reflection--I know, not a witty title

    A travel blog entry by jware on Mar 08, 2013

    1 comment

    Obviously, things we encounter and do in our lives impact us. Duh. However, it is interesting what things hit me randomly now that I'm back. A few I wanted to share (as if anyone cares to read it)--regardless, it will be out there.

    Emergency vehicles. I was driving over to eastern Washington and had a lot of time to think. I passed the aftermath of a recent wreck in which the car was totally destroyed but the people appeared ...

    Day 21 - Touring the WSU Campus in Pullman, WA

    A travel blog entry by travelalongto on Jul 13, 2012

    22 photos

    ... gorgeous! It is full of tree lined streets and plenty of green grass - who knew?! We checked in at the Visitor's Center for a map. I asked the student working there about the lack of hotels in Pullman. She said most people stay in Moscow and Colfax. I did find out traveling here by RV is best. In addition to a dry camping area on campus, there are at least 10 RV parks in the area ...