Red Lion Inn & Suites Walla Walla
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Walla Walla
... golf course on manicured grounds adjacent to the dam
powerhouse and fish ladder. The round
of golf was a bit frustrating for Seaman who couldn’t figure why he didn’t get
to bring the frisbee back.
LC diverged from the Columbia River at the advice of a Walla
Walla chief who told them there was an overland trail from near the Walla Walla
river to ...
... free shower caps you get at a hotel. (Another Pinterest find I've actually used!) I also put all my toiletries, liquids, and medicines in this carry-on so I can easily access them when going through security.
And finally, I keep all the iPhone and iPad charging cords, ear buds, and electrical converters all together in one bright green bag that is easily accessible. I learned to do that after going through ...
... all good from my end. But I need your help. If you receive this as an e-mail, I'd love to know that because I am not sure if that part of the set-up is working. That said, comments anytime are always appreciated. Just type them in where it says "Add Comment." In the end, all my posts including reader comments will be published in a hardcover book as a journal of my trip. I'd love to include your comments in my book. (For my personal recollection only.)
... so one pair of black skinny jeans and a couple crops should suffice for these casual excursions. Plus, I can't be sure of the weather, so it's all about layering--sleeveless dresses and tops with a couple long sleeve sweaters or linen big shirts to wear over them, especially when visiting the Vatican and other churches that require women's shoulders to be covered.
As any woman knows, shoes are also an important ...
Hi there friends and family. I am testing a new blogging site called TravelPod that I am considering using to post my photos and commentary during my up-coming trip to Europe. On the plus side, it is accessible as a blog via the internet which means people who do not use Facebook can still follow my trip. It also logs all my entries in the order that I post them so that readers can go back easily to read those that ...