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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Lakeview Inn Centralia
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... I was a hair distressed, perhaps lightly annoyed. I'm not one to flip out. Such is life. Inside? I was seething with frustration and irritation. I get it. I know Obi is probably super distressed by the fact that his home is being systematically dismantled, and everything he's come to know is entirely different. I know there's some deeper dog-behavior message he's sending.
But seriously, those shoes. So many outfits...
... our flights so nothing was achieved and then we get a $320 phone bill!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I marched on down to the front desk to find out how they calculated such an exorbitant bill????? I was told that the hotel only charges 45% of the phone call and the remaining 55% is charged based on what cell phone tower the call is bounced off??? WTF does that mean? Long story short, they CREDITED my bill for $320! ...
... but one neither of us wanted to miss. The huge trees with moss everywhere was well worth the drive.
We then drove to Centralia, WA for the night so that we didnt have to drive far tomorrow for Mount Rainier. We did stop off at a Denny's like diner but neither of us were in the right state of mind to remember what we even had for dinner, let alone the name of the place.
... No, one looking over your shoulder. I just did my first Chest X-ray, in about 4 years. It's just like riding a bike. Plus the new technology makes things a lot easier.
One more day and then I get 3 days off to get out and do a little exploring. I took a small drive friday morning. I was looking for a donut shop. My next entry should have some pics in it. Now that I have the internet at home I can upload some of the other pics from my drive so look out for ...
... pier area. Some would beg for money, others would lie on the sidewalk or try to sell knick-knacks for money. The streets have “side walk artists” too. We watched a lady juggle, a Chinese man play an instrument I have never seen before, and a guy use spray paint to create a pretty cool picture. The culture is eclectic, but at least the people are pleasant. That is quite the contrary to what we found with Canadians. While in Vancouver the last two days, we ...