Hampton Inn & Suites Coeur d'Alene
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... in shape, 13 years younger than me and I was getting tired just running during warm ups. I hadn't even started to wrestle and was pretty much dead tired. I went out there and didn't quite perform like I wanted to, but still won 2-0. I felt like I was in control the whole match and wished I would have scored some of my signature moves that used to work for me, but it is all good. I didn't get embarrassed. After the match, we all went to ...
... many people on paddle boards. I checked out prices which were really reasonable. We rented one paddleboard, one single kayak, and one double kayak for one hour. The total cost was $43.00. Considering Custer State Park wanted $40 per paddleboat for one hour, this is a fabulous deal.
Alexa started on the paddleboard. She was scared to stand up. Then, she was scared if we didn’t stay nearby. However, she didn’t want off. Eventually, she stood and paddled for ...
... we save room for our Dinner and also save a lot of time. We're at a La Quinta Inn, which is just across the road from the Tomato Street Restaurant. It's one of two restaurants, the other being in Spokane. It's Italian fare and some of the best food we've found anywhere. If you're in the area, its well worth checking out. Lynn had the special and I had the Blackened Cajun Chicken Fettuccini. Since it's New Year's Day, we ...
... mile long bike/walk path.
The Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes is a "rails to trails" project, and it’s impressive. Scott and I chose a section that is approximately 6 miles in length, locked the car, and took to the trail. The rail bed has been covered by a smooth blacktop pathway, making for easy walking, elevated above the surrounding countryside. Through this part of the route, the trail runs amongst lakes ...
... bread and bagels. Haven't had time to try them yet.[ We passed another Wheat Montana outside Missoula.] As we passed up the road for the bakery we see the farm of Wheat Montana. I have no idea how far we could see but it was long rolling hills of wheat, so beautiful even at this time of year. Miles and miles of wheat on this one ranch.
We drove through Helena to see the capital, not a good view. This is a small town for a capital.