Golden Key Motel

Address: 1376 Bridge Street , Clarkston, Washington, United States | Motel
 
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Location

This motel, located on 1376 Bridge Street , Clarkston, is near Nez Perce County Historical Society Museum and Lewis-Clark Center for Arts & History.
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Travel Blogs from Clarkston

Biking the Snake

A travel blog entry by rhettb on Jun 05, 2015

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... on October 10, 1805. Visited the LC Discovery Center at Hells Gate State Park which is about 4 miles south of Lewiston. Played a round of disc golf and then decided to stay at the park since the forecast was for 87F and they had lots of shade. Clarkston and Lewiston have miles of bike paths along both sides of the Snake and Clearwater rivers. Many of the ...

Palouse Posh

A travel blog entry by rhettb on Jun 04, 2015

1 comment, 2 photos

... June 4th is Seaman’s 8 month birthday and I
helped him celebrate by adding the leftover bacon grease to his kibble. He knew it was a special day since he seldom
gets people food. I questioned my
sanity when deciding to do this trip with a young dog. So far he has continued to become more
disciplined and certainly enjoys the walks in a new venue every day. He sleeps nights for 10-12 hours and can
hold-it for ...

Driving....and eating....and driving some more

A travel blog entry by cheer4lvw on Aug 09, 2014

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... wanted to stop at Tim Hortons. This is kinda like a Dunkin Donuts, but the Canadian version. The donuts and coffee were so yummy! We got the Timbit, which are donut holes. Yum!

By entering into Idaho, Paul has now been in all 48 lower states! I wanted to celebrate somehow, but we had a bunch of driving to do today. Oh well.

Our dinner tonight was at ...

A Hot Day's Drive

A travel blog entry by r-phammond on Aug 08, 2013

1 comment, 10 photos

... Spokane, traveling through "grain" country. Some had been harvested; some was being harvested; and the rest looked like it was ready. Wish my cousin Jim had been along--he could have told me what the difference in crops was that we were seeing. I presume that most of it was wheat. We did see a relatively smaller field of sunflowers, but one grain field was far ...

Our Itinerary

A travel blog entry by barkerstravels on Nov 02, 2011

... emperor Akbar beginning in 1570. It was abandoned shortly after it was completed for lack of water and remains today a ghost town. Marvel at the well-preserved red sandstone palaces and buildings.Later, continue to Jaipur, stopping en route at Barara Village, where you'll have a special opportunity to ...