Comfort Inn Coeur d'Alene
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... instrumental in preserving it as a National Landmark.
From our various local guides I finally learned where the name Coeur d'Alene comes from. Literally translated from the French, it means Heart of the Awl. One version of the story is that sharp metal awls were a popular trade item the Coeur d'Alenes got from the French fur traders, for stitching leather. The more romantic metaphor ...
... it is over 1200 miles in length.
The drive was really great we took highway 97 which was fast and great for scenery, we spent our time sharing the driving and enjoyed the trip we had fun playing name that tune while listening to "The Bridge" it is a serious radio station from the 70's Bryan kicked my butt...clearly I wasn't old enough in the 70's lol.
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... 12 hour stay. ---------- We had dinner at a local brewhouse called 'Moon Time'. I had a quesadilla and lamb burger with goat cheese. Mel had the 'moonestrone' soup (the puns continue) with beef tacos. The food was exceptional but the service sucked. But it was a very loud establishment so I didn't have to worry about any inappropriate outbursts being overheard. Almost relaxing! We took a brief ...
... but Lance did it and we had dinner on the table by 6:30. This was very important because ice cream with Yogi started at 7:00 and we didn't want to miss that. After vanilla and huckleberry ice cream it was still pretty warm out so Lance and I went back and hung out at the picnic table in the shade and not long after we started to feel a nice cool evening breeze. Pam and Bill played a round of mini golf - Pam got a hole-in-one on the first hole ...
... biting my nails (which is not a normal habit of mine), for Steve. As he was on a short run, we agreed to just meet at the RV. I finally see him and run up to meet him. He's smiling and in his groove. I congratulate him and tell him, "I ran into something." He says, "Don't worry about it." Clearly he didn't understand the severity of my run in so I drag him over to see it. Then he says, "Well I guess the run is over now." My heart sank for him. I was thinking more like ...