Lakeside Lodge And Suites
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Hay fields as far as the eye can see. Once we got past Spokane and into Northeastern Washington, we drove miles and miles on near-empty roads lined by hay fields or just prairie. There were a few small towns as we drove on route 2 and then 174 to Grand Coulee. We had overcast skies and a bit of rain.
The Grand Coulee Dam was built from …
... around them. They were a scenic oasis overlooking an industrial area and a wide meandering river. Backtracking was necessary to call in at Enterprise Car Hire to extend our car hire and see if we could get the GPS working properly. Had to have a quick trip to Walmart. Didn't see any Walmartians but maybe I'll be in the next set of emails that circulate. Eventually we arrived in ...
... patiently in the car) and walked around a bit more. Finally it was time to meet up at Andreas Kellar, a downstairs German-inspired restaurant that had good reviews. We first got a bigger-than-anyone’s face pretzel for the table (photo of Sam Jackson with pretzel will prove it), which was very good, although Sam thought it was more like a nice loaf of bread than an authentic German pretzel. We all got our various versions of Weiner schnitzel and ...
... C). Mt. St. Helens was majestic as it jutted up behind the farmland and hills in the distance. The temps continued to climb as we reached Yakima, "the Palm Springs of Washington" where it hit 97. (The real Palm Springs hit 122.) We stopped to cool off at a Yakima Nation tribal fruit stand, and enjoyed fresh-picked apricots, peaches, cherries and bottled water (our new lunch alternative.) Total cost: $3.75!
We continued north on 97. The ...
Got up early and did laundry (what fun). Overcast with drizzles. Talked with Sam on the radio poor reception. Went to Leavenworth, it'a a German type town. Cheryl did her shopping thing and of course we found a resturant and had cordon ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
Rooms are good and clean.
Stunning lakeside view from some of the rooms(read little expensive).
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.