Comfort Inn Coeur d'Alene
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... State and the Museum of the Rockies a leader in dinosaurs! Definitely worth it! The museum also had several other exhibits, including a photo exhibit by landscape photographer Clyde Butcher. The reason I opened with a rant on "focusing on the now" is because of one of Clyde's photographs. The photo itself was of beautiful redwood trees in Southern California. The description however, was ...
... 000. The town grew up on fur trading and then the railroad coincided with a gold rush.
We began the walk at Gonzaga University which was founded in 1883 as a Native American boarding school for boys. We walked through Riverfront Park. Prior to 1974, industrial sites and elevated rails dominated the area. These were all cleared and redeveloped for Expo 74. Tabernacle Island featured ...
... I spent the following 2 hours catching up on my laundry. This is noteworthy because I had located this particular laundromat on line ahead of time because it was well-reviewed for being clean, user-friendly, and wifi-equipped, and it lived up to the reviews for me…this might well have been the best laundromat I’ve ever used. I then checked in to my accommodations for the night, got some dinner, and called it a day.
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That was the idea anyway. We were winding our way through the coastal mountains of British Columbia. The speed limits are between 35 and 50 miles per hour. They are roads like the back roads around Snowshoe, West Virginia only much more extreme. They are brake smoking descents and 2nd gear climbs (if ours only worked). We made it to the first town of Lillooet without much incident. I say much because the steering of the rover was becoming more and more difficult. ...
... hands back our passports and waves us on. "Have a great vacation," he tells us. I exhale and we drive away. This man has to be the nicest US border guard I have ever encountered. We should have taken his name. I think he should be promoted and become the trainer of all future border guards.
The highway continues to be narrow. We pass through Idaho farmland in a valley between two mountain ranges. The biggest challenge ...