Holiday Inn Express Hayden-Coeur D'Alene North
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hayden
... he gets tired. Bill has pretty much driven the entire time. Hours I have logged on the trip don't even add up to 10! Ben has driven only after we have gone out to dinner and maybe we had a drink or two...maybe. I have been thinking a lot about time zones. We have gone back and forth among the 4 time zones in the United States and there has been a lot of talk about what time is it and gaining or losing an hour. We talked about how weird ...
... wetlands full of water lilies and wild rice, a perfect home for song birds and animals. The biking from Mullen to Harrison was all downhill and flat, we did it in two days, visited the museums in both Mullen and the historical mining town of Wallace. We spent one night at Kellogg and was surprised to find a Chinese restaurant in this town. After biking for two hot days, we decided to rent a jet ski ...
The day started at 3:30, or more precisely after hitting the snooze 3:37. That's a.m. and for me, a night owl, well that was 2.5 hours to try to sleep. It didn't work so well, but I got some.
Arriving one hour before departure is not quite enough for Southwest -- they want you a hour before boarding. But my suitcases made it on with pretty yellow labels for Late Arrival.
Soaking rain, fog and cool temps continued today as I left the Tiger Store near Ione, WA anticipating a level ride at 2,000 feet along the banks of the Pend Oreille River. Reflecting back over the past 9 days of riding, my confidence was soaring. I was rather proud of myself for my accomplishments of scaling the ...
... nice private homes on the banks around the lake. I think the road around the lake had more turns and dips then any other road I have ever been on. The road on the east side of the lake did not allow us to see many of the homes as the view was blocked by the trees. However, the west side of the lake was visible from the east and we ...