BEST WESTERN PLUS Coeur d'Alene Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... of town is Tubbs Hill which includes more than two miles of hiking trails that afford beautiful views of the city and lake at heights of more than 2400 ft. After six days in Idaho we decided that it was time to move west to Washington. I felt a mix of sadness and excitement as we pulled out of our camp on September 16th headed for Winthrop, Washington near North Cascades National Park. It looks like another good spot to explore. I'll let you know what we ...
... it was well-maintained road and frankly more fun to ride in the wet than the pavement).
We arrived in Couer d’Alene around 4:00, hung out downtown for a few hours and then made our way to the home of Claudio’s brother in-law, where he and his wife hosted us for the evening. After a steak dinner, red wine, and a hot tub, (and a much needed round of laundry) we called it a day.
... a final box of Timbits before crossing back into the USA.
In contrast to my delightful experience crossing back into Canada this past Tuesday, my customs check back into the USA was smooth and relatively simple. The usual where/when/how long questions, the expected follow-up questions being from Mississippi and being all the way up at the top of Idaho, and the now-usual questions about my line of work that would allow me to take such an ...
... they love pets as much as we love ours! Kudos to Shilo Inns!
Because we arrived too early to check in, Tom decided to take Lisa on a SHORT scenic drive around Lake Coeur d'Alene. We headed down the west side of the lake and then took Route 5 to Saint Maries. Talk about a windy road. Thankfully, both Cody and Lisa did not get sick. This drive was actually a big reminder of the depressed state of affairs ...
... Through Father Ravellin ingenuity, the entire building was constructed with a broad axe , and aguer, ropes and pulleys and a pen knife. Completed in 1853, it is the oldest standing building in Idaho.
On the way back, Larry decided to take the scenic byway around Lake Coeur d’Alene. After about an hour we look ahead and still see lots more lake and decide we need to turn around. It is a beautiful lake.