Mirabeau Park Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... we stopped at a McDonald's close to the action to change into the shorts we brought with us, just in case, and set about looking for a parking spot. Talked to a lady cop at one of the road blocks, and she gave us directions of where to go and where to park. Luckily, motorcycles are smaller than cars, and we found a spot just a couple of blocks away from the dock.
There were people everywhere as the ...
... way through. The biggest difference is while the Salmon River tends to be turbulent and full of rapids, the Clearwater River tends to be calmer, sometimes like glass and generally larger as we followed.
I say "almost" to Lewiston, because the plan was to stop in Lewiston for iced coffee before changing roads again for US-195N into Spokane, WA. We were hot, and needed a break, and had been looking forward to stopping for about an ...
Later, Lynn went out to the coach and Daniel and I watched a great movie: "Now You See Me." Lots of magic and illusion made it a fine film.
We'll leave today, Sunday, for our next stop at our Nephew TJ's place at Sand Point.
We'll keep you posted. Note: some pics are on the blog, but additional photos are on Flickr. If you are ambitious, go to http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/
... anxious all day, and running made me feel much more at ease.
I went back to my hotel to chill out for a bit before the meeting in the evening. It was fairly informative but the highlight was driving the bike course as the sun was setting. It was absolutely gorgeous. The combination of water, mountains, and deep green pine trees are breathtaking. It will be good distraction during that tough bike course on ...
... unlikely that Mineral Ridge will be part of our Reunion walk medley.
From Mineral Ridge, we drove south along the Coeur d’Alene Scenic Byway to Harrison, once a bustling logging port and largest town on the lake, now a metropolis of about 200 souls surviving on tourism and services offered to bikers peddling the Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes. We continued up Highway 3, focused on testing various sections of ...