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Travel Blogs from Coeur d'Alene
... tax. The hotel is nice. The staff was very personable. Laundry was a few doors down from our room, and ice for the cooler was a few doors in the opposite direction.
Alexa swam at the indoor pool while I did laundry and filled the cooler with ice. I didn’t sleep any longer than I did at the campground because I was trying to make campground reservations for the upcoming days. I gave up at 12:30a.m. Their wi-fi connection is horrible. It was only working at 18-24 ...
... hosted a bon voyage party for us on Saturday and it was great to see everyone and say goodbye (for now)! They also bought a motor home and we were able to test it out first. We went fishing on Lake Roosevelt too. It was such a fun day. A highlight was seeing the mountain goats on the side of the mountain. Just amazing!
We leave for Vancouver tomorrow and the cruise leaves the next day! It's finally here! SO ...
... we left went back. I left only spending $20 in 1.5 hours. Cheap entertainment. Now we are relaxing in our horribly over priced (and not nearly as nice as the others we stayed in) watching tv getting ready for the last leg of our adventure. Tomorrow is back to the lake, with a quick detour coffee with Christal. Can't wait to get back to my Canadian phone service, kids and ...
... Pie Hut' but it was closed. We did find an alternative, on the kind man's recommendation, called 'Connie's'. It was standard family dining and not at all exceptional. The American-style portions were as I had hoped though and I filled my belly with a Belgian Waffle platter. When I look at that picture, I feel disgust but no remorse. The drive to this point had been pleasant, all of us (maybe not Penny...or Henry for that matter) filled ...
... in 30 minutes." 24. Two miles. I was in the neighborhood now. There were people around, cheering. There was a stretch out there that was quiet, and I made it through it. This was easy! 25. One. More. Mile. I felt like I was sprinting. People were telling me how good I looked. It was fun, but I was focused.
Then I turned the corner. I will never forget it. I could see the finish line, about a quarter mile away. The blue arch. The lights. The crowd. I hyperventilated for ...
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