La Quinta Inn & Suites Spokane
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
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... weekend if we could have found a room that wasn't exorbitantly expensive.
When we arrived downtown, it was quickly obvious why there were no rooms available in Coeur d'Alene. Most of the downtown streets were blocked off because they were running the Ironman Triathlete competition through the downtown streets. Of course, the boat dock for our trip was right in the middle of the downtown area. It was getting ...
... everything was in this part of Idaho. There was a sign outside of Grangeville that recommended traveling up the Northwest Passage Scenic Byway instead of just continuing up US-95N. So we moved over to ID-13N which follows the Clearwater River, and the great scenery improved even more. ID-13N eventually connects with US-12W and we followed the Clearwater River almost all the way to Lewiston and the scenery and riding was wonderful ...
... Chocolate Chip with Walnuts and Butterscotch Chips with Pecans. Mikey, the boys Grandpa and I voted the second to be the better ones. However, we did have to taste several samples to come to that conclusion. Yep, several...actually forgot to take any pictures, if you can imagine!
Jim and Lisa had an evening engagement, so Lynn, Daniel and I made a dinner of Sausage, sautéed onions, Jo-Jo potatoes and a green ...
... around 55 degrees outside, so I wasn't terribly excited about getting into the water, but by the time I grabbed my wetsuit and got ready for a swim, the sun peeked out and it was quite pleasant. I swam for about 20 minutes and I'm so glad that I did. The water was great. I had no idea it would be so clear! The temperature is around 62 degrees, which felt just about perfect. After my swim I went for a 20 minute run. ...
What is often true of hikes like these is that you spend a lot of time trekking through forest and one tree soon begins to look like all the others. Due to the thick vegetation, visibility is limited until you reach viewpoints, where you are often rewarded with stunning views, in this case out over splendid Lake Coeur d’Alene. The work/reward ratio, however, for this kind of trail is often on the low side. ...