Holiday Inn Express Pullman
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... to get wet. As he stepped into the water he fell face down into the river, squashed by his backpack. Kelly pulled him up to reveal a nasty cut and bump on his head, and various other injuries. Meanwhile Rob continued preparing to get us across the river. I was first, I stepped in holding Rob and the rope. It was tricky, but the boots helped and the water wasn't very cold. I reached the other side much to my ...
... region, farmers have transformed what would be mostly dry land into an amazing canvas upon which to unleash their talents. Red barns standing amidst lush green fields of wheat or barley, tractors harvesting bright yellow canola, or geometric shapes hewn onto fields of wheat are just some of the sights on offer. Driving around the back roads and pulling over whenever you see something worthy is the best way to photograph here. Traffic is generally ...
... starts from Rosalia. But the scenery started to be nice even before that. Even though the weather was pretty miserable, the beauty of the Palouse region did not fail to impress us. The rolling fields with different shades of green were just so gorgeous! It took us more than 6 hours to get to our hotel which was only about 60 miles from Spokane. We took our time and wanted to explore as much as we could. Here's what we did:
Took 195 to Rosalia then turned ...
... depending on the behavior of the springs that are feeding them). We had one of the rooms to ourselves and had a nice soak; fifteen minutes or so seemed to be enough. We showered, got into our street (car) clothes, packed up, wrote a postcard and mailed it, and got on the road.
The drive over Lolo Pass and through Idaho to Lewiston on US-12 was very pretty and pleasant. Once the highway dropped down from Lolo Pass, it started following the ...
... lighted vehicle parked to offer protection against any potential further wrecks. I drove past and not 20 seconds later, two more emergency vehicles were screaming to the wreck from the opposite direction. It hit me then how lucky we are to have this whole structure of emergency readiness. Despite the terribly frightening experience of being in an accident, we all have the luxury of knowing that within minutes, someone will be ...