Days Inn Coeur d'Alene
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Idaho College in Coeur d'Alene. I was pretty realistic about things. College wrestling was not for everyone and in fact it probably wasn't even for 50% of people. It is tough and if wrestling didn't work out, I needed to be in a place that I enjoyed. For the next three years, I lived in Coeur d'Alene and made it my home. The lake was a very nice place. Nature was amazing. The college has one of the best locations in the entire nation where it ...
We were up at 6:30p.m. Ashley went running. I began getting everything in the tent together while Brad got breakfast going. As I was packing, I realized I didn't have my wedding ring. He heard me tell Ashley I wasn’t sure where I put it. I knew I didn’t take it off in the bathroom. I tore through the bags while Brad was going through the garbage. A couple of people in the park heard I couldn’t find it and were worried. Alas, I remembered I put it in my glasses ...
... 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 ...
A 'big drive day', meaning about 5 or 6 (or possibly 7) hours of driving to reach our destination, Coeur d’Alene in Idaho. We made a pit stop at the Silver Dollar Bar, covered from floor to ceiling in old silver dollars donated by hundreds of people. Alison and I bought some huckleberry soda and found some cowboy mannequins, sitting at a table by the bar, who looked like ...
... used was their smallest, and the staff is still warming up for the busy upcoming summer activity after a long Rocky Mountain winter.
The Coeur d’Alene Resort is outstanding – and they are treating us like royalty. We are billeted in a lovely 15th floor, two-tiered room with fireplace, overlooking the lake through a huge set of picture windows. Scott and I plan to be on site up to 10 days; Ruth ...