Super 8 Motel Spokane Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... where there was a breeze and a little shade for taking pictures.
By the time the boat ride was over, we realized that it was just too hot to hike. In fact, it was too hot to just stand around watching for the Ironman competitors to appear. We looked at the wonderful beaches, but we didn't have bathing suits with us, so it just made us feel hotter. So we decided, that the pool back at the hotel would just have ...
... outside temperature was now 104 degrees. This hotel had an outside pool, so the water was more to our liking as Floridians. It felt great to cool off, until a bunch of smaller children showed up and started fighting and crying, and we realized we were ready to find some dinner. There wasn't anything within walking distance, but we managed to find a Mexican restaurant called Casa de Oro only a couple of miles away. The parking lot ...
... we drive by a lazy river with lots of floaters. They were not going anywhere, just sitting on the shallow water. We hit interstate 90. The first interstate since early Friday. We are back in Pacific time. We have 5 clocks/watches with three times on them. I am so confused. We head into Spokane KOA in Spokane Valley. We stayed here 2 years ago. It seems to be a full house and the train is a regular sound. It is about 94 now! After ...
... the top we'd found we'd just crossed Steven's Pass and now we were headed down! At the bottom of the Pass the land opened up into fields of stone fruit (peaches, cherries, apricots, etc) backed by bare, dry hills. As the trees disappeared, we moved onto the plains. Around this time we came into Wenatchee, our agreed stop for lunch. We had a quick McD's and were back on the road for our afternoon stint. We started out with the ...
... bay/cove. Above it was a campground tucked up in the hill. Nothing special and it just didnt feel right to me. I decided to take a few pics and then just head south and roll the dice. So faer this has been working for me. I drove untill I hit the town of Hayden which was wrapped up against Lake Hayden. According to my atlas and also my google maps the whole west side of the lake was up against national forest...which to me mean lots of ...