The Roosevelt Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... couldn’t help but be impressed by the precision and skill of the Germans… as always, they have to be considered one of the favorites.
This was another day of following rivers. We spent the majority of the day following one river after the next. First, we proceeded along the aptly named Flathead river, then the Clark Fork river, briefly along the St Regis, and, finally the St. Joe. In the process ...
... removal of multiple weeks of grime so that I could once again actually open up my rear hatch without having to wash my hands immediately afterward every time.
I left town via the non-ferry route, and this route took me next through a town called Salmo, whose “Welcome” sign touts its rock murals throughout town. I took a few minutes to drive around and I was able to find four of them on various buildings; pretty neat.
From there, ...
... after two days of amber waves of grain and farmland. Spokane is a pretty city and is known as the medical center of the northwest. Maybe Tommy and Rachel will eventually settle down in Spokane due to the many potential opportunities in the medical field.
We arrived in quaint little town of Coeur d'Alene, population of 44,000 at about 2:30pm and stayed at the pet friendly Shilo Inn once again. What can ...
... me to this portion of the post: Beer in Review. I'm switching back and forth between two brews from the Deschutes Brewery in Bend, Oregon: Deschutes River Ale and Twilight Summer Ale. I had wanted to try some Idaho beer but my commitment to local patronage is not strong and I gave up the search in Safeway. I deem both to be good beer. Just trust my judgment and I won't bore you with detailed analyses. They're hoppy but not overwhelmingly ...
... know if I'd see him. "Is that him?" the volunteer asked. Yes! I couldn't help but cry as I looked at him and said "I did it!" We stood there and hugged, and I was just so grateful that he was there with me. I know he was happy to be there too.
I went to get some food, where I made the mistake of sitting down to eat my two slices of Little Cesar's pizza, then went to meet Clark by the flag pole near the water. I gave him the play by play and as the seconds ticked by, I ...