The Roosevelt Inn
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Coeur d'Alene
It has been such a great trip to Coeur d'Alene to visit the Brandon's and Johnson's. I met baby Jack. Who is so cute, so strong, and so sweet. We went to visit Grandma Johnson in Sandpoint yesterday and I got to hold him for a long time, He was awake and looking around and it was really sweet. I will miss being able to watch him for the next year or so, but I hope Missi and Jeremy send me lots of pictures ...
Our trip from Yakima went fine. The Tablet/GPS found the Godsons' house easily. We parked in the street where we had power and a pretty level house site.
All were happy to see us. Daniel, age 14, had more time to visit, but Andrew, age 16 was a busy guy, what with social obligations and soccer play and refereeing to be done. Everyone, including Lisa, Jim and both boys, was at home for our arrival dinner of Mahi Mahi ...
... Toasty. Made it through Spokane, and figured that we better find a place as it was now 5:30 pm. Pulled into one hotel, no luck, all booked. Called Coeur d'Alene casino and resort, all booked, went into another, all booked! BUT she told me of a place that still had rooms. Off we went. We lucked out, he had one room left. 2 queens for $247.99/n plus tax!! That's over $100 more ...
... at having crossed the border at Kingsgate. The crossing guard was pleasant and we were all unmolested. However, both kids started to show their tiredness from the day before. Penny howled, sick of being in a car seat, and Henry cried at her crying, complaining that it was too loud. Our attempts to teach irony failed and we ended up just dealing with the noise. From Sandpoint onwards the complaining got more frequent and my nerves ...
... I'm about to do this!! Later we went to Safeway so we could both get some food. I got some tilapia, rice, and veggies for my meal. Really, really good and I'm so thankful that I was able to cook for myself the night before the race. Then I set 2 alarms and asked Clark to set his as well. Waking up at 3:30am is not natural, but I know when I wake up it will be all adrenaline and nervous ...
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility