La Quinta Inn & Suites Coeur D'Alene East
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Coeur d'Alene
... of my heart belongs here in CDA. I felt the same way when I left Australia. It was like I left a part of me in CDA and a part of me in Australia. I loved it. I hope to continue making more memories here and putting my legacy, but it will obviously be nothing like I had created in the past. These events that I will attend here will pretty much be my national tournament. I only have one match each time when I come here and to me, it is my nationals. ...
It's been a long time since I've updated. Or at least it seems so. It is, relatively to everything I've done in that short time.
I've been intimidated to start too, because of everything I've done and everything I want to record and remember.
Sitting here tonight, in Idaho, I decided to at least upload photos and video. Partly because it will refresh memory and feeling, and partly because I'm running out of phone storage!
More soon. Hope all is well with ...
... paid anywhere else. But he also told me the whole Spokane valley was sold out, so we took it. We were pooped, but that stupid song Coeur d'Alene Casino had been stuck in my head and I so thoughtfully shared it with Chad so we took the 30 minute drive and visited the resort. I had a blast. Found my machine 'hangover' and played that for a while. Moved on to a couple of others ...
It's 2:50pm, Monday afternoon, and I feel like I'm on holidays. We had a great sleep last night. Not too hot, not too cool, which was surprising given the clear skies and our precarious perch on a mountain side. When the day began it began full tilt: baby to feed, boy to entertain, individual ablutions to accommodate, and breakfast for all in a 4*10 living space. But it was painless. I did have to forgo my own shower and change of ...
... 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 ...