Holiday Inn Express Spokane Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... my drive heading north to Portland. The roads were sloshy and reminded me of the first time I visited the hipster capital and actually slept in a car under a carpark. Portland and Oregon felt so foreign - it smelt weird. I wonder if that is how my brother felt last summer when he came to visit? The rain was still coming down hard when I drove through the gorge, past the Cascade Locks (and Charlie ...
... we were there there were a few other groups so we actually had to wait to go out on the bridge.
Also there was some little kid (Hunter was his name!) who seemed to love to jump up and down on the bridge. Not cool Hunter! Thankfully he weighed maybe 50lbs so he was no threat.
Once on it, you quickly realize where it got its name from. It sure looks sturdier than it feels, because there is a whole ...
... br> We had a bagel at Big Bang Bagels in Fernie and they, and the coffee were mighty fine. The crossing into the USA was without hassle, much to our surprise. Pleasant drive through Idaho, went over Ryans Bridge, into Washington and arrived at Spokane in the evening. Had a good value dinner at the Mirabeau Park Hotel - half price bottle of wine - ...
... of bodies but they rolled with it!
I'm not known for subtlety or quietness but like any parent, I was in great anticipation of being with all of them and learning about any and every thing new in their lives.. JUST BEING WITH THEM, regardless of what we do (should be a song?) I swear, I can just listen and watch and love those moments.
We had a predetermined plan with the ...
... 83, which bagan our "scenic highway"... although we commented on how beautiful the drive had already been, and were already happy to have taken this route. We were in awe of the beauty of Salmon Lake; we fell in love with the small, quaint town of Seeley Lake; we found all kinds of house we could live in; we admired the miles and miles of tall tall trees; we saw all kinds of lodges and accommdations that we wanted to look up later. ...