Inn at Soap Lake

226 Main Ave. East, Soap Lake, Washington, 98851-0098, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 226 Main Ave. East, Soap Lake, is near Masquers Theater of Soap Lake.
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    Travel Blogs from Soap Lake

    Those pesky June bugs!

    A travel blog entry by dasafish on Jun 30, 2014

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    ... and seems to be a popular destination for summer vacationers.

    We drove into Coeur d'Alene to get gas at Costco (surprise!) and got lunch while we were there. We also found a place to get the car washed; the front of the car was covered in smashed bugs. We went to a "scrub it yourself" place with the soapy brush and the pressure wash. Dan got most of the bugs off. Then we continued on to Moses Lake. By the time we got here, the front of ...

    The Countdown

    A travel blog entry by shockergram on Oct 07, 2013

    Only a couple of days until our adventure begins. The packing has started and already the suitcase has shrunk! Could it be that I am overpacking?

    A pollution advisory has been issued by the U.S. Embassy in Beijing. It looks like we may get to experience the "Beijing pollution" that we have read about. But we have masks if needed. Another ...

    Ancient Lakes

    A travel blog entry by marqual on Jun 15, 2013

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    I drove with a couple friends to the center of the state. We stopped at a viewpoint of the Columbia river gorge and then did the flat hike to the Ancient Lakes - really pretty colorful lakes amongst the basalt coulees, complete with a waterfall. This is a hike recommended for spring - it was already quite hot at this time of year and many of the wildflowers had already bloomed. Highly ...

    Learning Lessons Through Pain

    A travel blog entry by chapj on Jul 21, 2012

    3 comments, 23 photos

    ... 9am. Thank the Lord we managed to arrive at our destination just as the Coyote Pass Coffee Co. opened. We ordered our breakfast from the friendly owner, Julie, who inquired about what we were doing and was encouraged by our story. Soon another older couple, Pat and Duane Kaasa from Leavenworth and their grandson Glenn Jarman from Houston came to sit at the table next to us. We greeted each other and they were fascinated by our journey and continued to ...

    A Golfing first

    A travel blog entry by brentandjo on Jul 27, 2010

    Sun lakes , just south of Coulee city, although Coulee city is hardly a city, our friends just went shopping and they had to drive thru town twice before they spotted the small grocery store. Today we played golf on the adjacent course, the views are quite amazing with the green of the grass contrasting with the 500 foot rock cliffs. This was my first round of golf in living memory, and I actually enjoyed it. The temperatures were a lot more reasonable today at around 30 ...