Resort City Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... us to the other 52 travelers, including our bus driver Lou, who are from 21 different states. There are 10 men on the trip. Our ages range from 61 to 83 and there are 14 new Tater Tots.
On Wednesday, May 28, we drove to downtown Spokane and were met by the local Volkswalk Club who led us on the 5 and 10 km walks. Spokane is the second largest city in Washington with a population of ...
... I spent the following 2 hours catching up on my laundry. This is noteworthy because I had located this particular laundromat on line ahead of time because it was well-reviewed for being clean, user-friendly, and wifi-equipped, and it lived up to the reviews for me…this might well have been the best laundromat I’ve ever used. I then checked in to my accommodations for the night, got some dinner, and called it a day.
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... town at 5:30 to find the town shutting down. We bought grease from the local auto parts store, Lordco, as a backup and sought a repair shop. The first shop diagnosed the problem as bad wheel bearings. Bonus! We have a set. But, They couldn't get to the repair until Thursday. Connie, the manager, suggested the filling station next door. The filling stations bays were closed but the attendant called the shop owner to see if he could help. He was in the middle ...
... anticipating a 1:15-1:30 swim. I figured I might take around 1:20 and if I went a little slow, that was OK. It was at this point that I noticed how many more men there were than women. Ladies had pink caps, the guys had green. There were a lot of green caps around me. I teared up before pulling my goggles on, then it was go time. I crossed under the arch and I was off!
I can't imagine a mass swim start. It's hectic enough as it is, but in the past they've had all ...
... going on. Eventually I was satisfied that I knew what I was doing, and that it was time to get into town and check in my bike and gear bags. The drive into town is simple, but it was still about 30 minutes so I was only planning on driving in once; get my stuff checked in, then do a bit of a ride and run workout. So of course I was pretty mad at myself when I got off at my exit and realized ...