Red Lion Inn & Suites Walla Walla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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- Walla Walla, what a fun name. I choose to step in this city for one day because it's name.
- A small town 260 miles away from Seattle. walked around the downtown and enjoy the road trip. sleep in the car.
- Dinner and lunch cast me ...
... itself. We're camping about three miles south of town. Starbuck itself, has seen better days, but still sports the Rawhide Bar and Grill. We stopped there and got an ice cream bar for our dessert.
We had rain on our trip, but the temperature was in the eighties, so the moisture didn't do much for this arid ground. It' a great place for a hearty grass fire.
Back in camp we relaxed and did such as this. Thanks again for stopping by...
Well, we are days from leaving and still don't have Mailens passport, yet not worried??!!! Have had it expedited so will call again tomorrow and trust for the best! Tomorrow is Mailens "gotcha" day-the day we arrived home with her from guatemala. Amazing to think she and I are headed back in just a matter of days! All I know is this trip will be far more amazing than I can imagine. I pray it gives us both an appreciation for all we have been given. ...
... ago, a landslide occurred and a bridge of rocks allowed the Indians to cross the river, however this soon collapsed causing the rapids to form, the bridge was called the Bridge of Gods, later replaced by a man made bridge of the same name. We took a stern wheeler down the Columbia and saw the "Beacon" rock described by Lewis and Clark. After that we went to see Multnomah Falls which is the second highest falls in the US. We stayed at the Best Western overlooking the river.