Mcfarland Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... itself has not changed a whole hell of a lot. I drove past a lot of the old places I used to live and nothing really has changed there. At one point CDA had the longest floating boardwalk in the world and it probably is not even close now, but still quite an amazing boardwalk.
I remember my last weeks here in Coeur d'Alene in 2005. I graduated with my Associate of Science degree in 2005. I had parties at my house and gatherings at ...
... 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 ...
... s Bread Pudding, which had a large scoop of vanilla ice cream temporarily residing atop. What can I say? Excellent!
We'll head out of hear fairly early, since we lose the hour that we temporarily had at Lisa's. I have a friend in the hospital in Missoula and hope to stop by for a quick visit there.
Again, thanks for checking us out. I'll be heading to the lake soon and will check in again from there. Happy ...
On the 10th of August we made our first stop in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho! We arrived at around 7 and got to hang out with some great friends! Today we got to spend all day on the lake and relax. Erin, Nicole and David really found the fun in jumping off the dock as well as tubing and knee boarding! After a long fun day with friends and a great salmon dinner, we are around a campfire, lakeside, playing ...
... the neighbourhood and marvelled at how big the lots are even for the grottiest of homes. We imagined Henry tearing around on them. The lack of sidewalks in this neighbourhood speak of an earlier time when people could walk around without fear of being mown down by cars. Back to the motel and soon to bed. We get a free cooked to order breakfast tomorrow at 7:00am. Oof! One more entry to write. From ...