Rodeway Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Rodeway Inn & Suites Hermiston
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Left the beautiful north woods this morning. My neighbors in the State Park Campground, Bruce and Holly, issued a most gracious invitation to camp in their driveway in Boise on my way back to Cody if I took that route. As I have said before, you meet some of the greatest people out here on the road!
... because there was not a lot of damage, but enough to stop traffic from driving by.
We finally drove into Pendleton around 7:30pm (a 7 1/2 hour drive for the day.) We decided to snack on our crackers, cheese and smoked salmon for dinner and watch a little TV. A glass of wine made it all perfect!
To sleep about 10pm.
May God Bless the imaginative people who designed the ways for water to provide us power.
... see which is better. It looked like the storm would be around for a while, so we didn’t wait it out to see if there would be interesting light as the storm cleared.
Kennewick was less than 2 hours from the falls, and on the way we asked the girls what they wanted to eat. A again said that Arby’s was first on the list, which we again vetoed. Outback was second on the list, and we decided that ...
Well, this should be our last night on the road. We're in Pendleton and should make it home tomorrow.
We came through Boise today and stopped for lunch at a nice little brewpub called Sockeye Brewing. Sheryl had a really nice 12-beer taster tray, one of the most comprehensive taster trays we've had on the ...
... A place Beth said we had to visit, as she has been there several times.
We were actually a little surprised as we drove through western Washington and into Oregon how flat and dry it is. We saw dust devils all day as we drove south. Many cherry orchards, wheat and hops farms.
The hostess at the Comfort Inn said that the farmers rotate their crops and always have some fields idle. Those idle dirt fields, along with the ...