BEST WESTERN PLUS Coeur d'Alene Inn
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... this from past trips. I am going to turn it over to Shane and let him type something...If you have never had the chance to travel Interstate 90, it must be part of your bucket list. I believe this is one of the most scenic and beautiful interstates that the US has to offer. I traveled them all from east to west and back, Until tomorrow,,
Lisa & Shane
... s Eve dinner, if you're curious, was Alaskan King Crab and Prime Cut Filet Mignon. Rich, as usual, did an excellent job on the steaks using just the right seasoning and not having any fear of serving a Rare steak. Lynn and I prefer to see a bit of the original Cow Color. Rich did a fine job. I'm not much of a Crab Leg fan, but the others did their share of ooohing and aaahing, so I assume they were tasty too. We had bread from ...
... check out the beaches, downtown Coeur d'Alene. Their reputation preceded them and they certainly didn't disappoint. The city itself reminds me of Kelowna in terms of climate, infrastructure, denizens and general complexion. There's some significant money on the waterfront - some of the estates are dripping cash. If you're sixteen, I'd imagine that this place is paradise to grow-up in. Lots of recreational variety and the people to ...
... his coach Paul and super fast biker Ed, closely. We saw him again at mile 70 although he foesn't quite recall seeing us at all! He was going well - and finished a good bike in 6.16. It was a tougher ride than expected and cold to begin with. Another lengthy transition later and the moment of truth came with the beginning of the run. He took off looking good and I didn't ask about the hamstring so as not to jinx anything. ...
... the go. We went to a wolf sanctuary run by Wolf People that isn’t far from their home. Marla and John even got to hold the pups. Then we drove north across "the long bridge" to Sandpoint. It is a great town and developed on Lake Pend Oreille, so there are lots of boating and sailing options all around the area. We went to a small park on the lake and explored the outdoor arboretum trails, on which many types of plants were ...