The Roosevelt Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Room service
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... my point is that I have a hard time getting off the future and focus on the now. This trip is about the journey, not the places I've been or the places I will be going. To turn off the planning brain, look up, notice the beautiful Montana sunset, and appreciate the moment right then and there takes work for me. I admire those that are able to do this naturally because it's very unnatural for me. Anyway, ...
... US Pavilion. The clock tower was part of the former 1902 Great Northern Depot. We also saw the Red Wagon Radio Flyer and the Blocks. The Looff Carousel, hand carved in 1909, was visible across the Spokane River. We also had several views of the Spokane Falls, but the best view was from the Monroe Street Bridge. There were numerous historic buildings downtown including the Davenport Hotel. We ...
Today was an intentionally mellow, but still most pleasant, "day off" here in Coeur d'Alene. My longtime Facebook friend Lisa (who lives in the area) and I made plans for an IRL visit. We enjoyed a very nice get-together in town exploring the downtown and lakefront area a ...
... started seizing a few times, which is harrowing on those small roads. We arrived in town just about 3:30, got gas and headed down the road on Route 99. It's a very narrow track that ended and turned to gravel. We were down at river level and began to climb on the gravel road, climbing into the hills. At certain points, the road narrowed to one lane with a couple hundred feet drop off to one side. Tristan was driving. The steering column was cracking ...
... had settled we went to the 'Mexican Food Factory' and ordered chicken enchilada combos and a big plate of nachos. Gut busting and awesome. Highly recommend it. Henry recovered his spirits only to fall backwards off the picnic table seating. He was fine, he's a tough kid. For all the disruption to his routine, he's been great. As Mel remarked, he's like us: full belly and well-rested and he's good to go. Tomorrow we're off to Pendleton, ...