Inn America Lewiston
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Up early this morning....0500. We showered then hit the breakfast room in the Super 8. Ok...the waffles were those frozen things not the real deal here so not good. Then they had rubberized flavored folded over like a taco shell scrambled eggs. The wheat toast and jelly was good. The orange juice is that fakey stuff that is barely good for washing …
The weather when we left McCall was warm at 65 degrees and the gas prices were $3.83 a gal. Tony and I walked around town and did a little shopping before heading out by noon.
The rest of the drive wasn't as long, but the countryside we are familiar with and not many changes since we last drove through Riggins, ID, a jumping off point for a lot of whitewater rafting ...
... they were a little north of the current road in much of Idaho from Lolo to Lewiston.
I had no idea how rural Idaho is! From Lolo Pass to Lewiston it is 175 miles, and more than half of it is in national forest lands, and much of the remainder is part of the Nez Pierce (it means 'pierced nose’ in French!) Indian Reservation. I didn’t have a cell phone signal for nearly three hours! ...
... which marks the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Proceed to the Parliament building and the Rastrapathi Bhawan, the President's residence.
Day 4: Taj Mahal. Agra an ancient city that came into prominence in Medieval times under the Mughal rulers and was once the capital of a sprawling Mughal ...
... on stilts and people clad in red and white with a
myriad of maple leafs dotting the waterfront! We were sorry to miss it but after
our nap it was time to head to the parade.....
I was a little reluctant to come to Canada on Canada Day...I figured everything
would be closed and it would be a waste of a day. *for those of you who don't
know what Canada Day is, it's Canada's birthday...like America's 4th of July. ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking