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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn & Suites Coeur d'Alene
This is an excellent place to stay. Clean and pleasant rooms plus very friendly staff. The cookies and breakfast are an excellent touch. Don't forget to have dinner across the road at the Tomato Street Restaurant to round out your experience.
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Travel Blogs from Coeur d'Alene
It's been a few days since I've checked in, so here goes: I found out, after an unpleasant night, that I'm allergic to clams. Thanks to a bit of Pepto, I did survive that night and continued to enjoy our time in the West.
On the Saturday following Christmas, friends came by and we went bowling. Sounds like fun, no? Well, to say the …
... were powerful medicine men. A Belgian priest named Father De Smet responded to the invitation, and the original mission was built along the St. Joseph river, where it was vulnerable to floods. An Italian priest named Father Ravallo was a talented artist and architect who was the genius behind the new mission built on the top of a hill in the mid 1840s. Father Cataldo lived at the mission later on for many years ...
... Park. On our last day we drove down to Lake Coeur D' Alene and the old part of town. We walked the "world's longest floating boardwalk", 12' wide and 3,300 ft. long. After the walk we took a 90 minute boat cruise and learned some history of the area. There are beautiful lakeshore homes, some only accessible by boat and many with personal trams from docks up to the homes. Next stop Canada,
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... to see.
As we passed the small town of Moro the valley opened up and there in the distance were hundreds of wind mills as we got closer to the Colombian river we noticed some were in Washington State and some in Oregon lots of power there. The hydro damn on the river was really interesting to see, this river is huge. This river is the largest river in the Pacific NW region of ...
... for farmer's fields is pretty hypnotic. As you can see, I'm reaching for something to report. We're lodging at the Japan House Suites (motel), just off the Sherman Avenue exit. It seems decent enough for our purposes. I'm happy to be able to see the car and trailer from our window. And happier yet that the reload of the car will only require a very short walk. It's incredible how much gear you need ...