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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 …
... OK, but are hoping that’s the worst of what we’ll encounter.
Once over Gold Summit, we dropped down to the St Joe river, where we had a wet, but very enjoyable ride into Couer d’Alene. Invariably, Claudio managed to find us a segment of dirt road that ran on the opposite bank from the paved road for 18 miles or so. “Yes”, we chose the dirt side over the pavement side despite ...
... a final box of Timbits before crossing back into the USA.
In contrast to my delightful experience crossing back into Canada this past Tuesday, my customs check back into the USA was smooth and relatively simple. The usual where/when/how long questions, the expected follow-up questions being from Mississippi and being all the way up at the top of Idaho, and the now-usual questions about my line of work that would allow me to take such an ...
That was the idea anyway. We were winding our way through the coastal mountains of British Columbia. The speed limits are between 35 and 50 miles per hour. They are roads like the back roads around Snowshoe, West Virginia only much more extreme. They are brake smoking descents and 2nd gear climbs (if ours only worked). We made it to the first town of Lillooet without much incident. I say much because the steering of the rover was becoming more and more difficult. ...
... we got out of Glacier NP. So, we are just going to drive it until it stops working.
We got to our hotel around 4:00 PM MST and went to dinner at Toro Viejo Mexican Restaurant. Jess had an enchilada and Joe had some Pacifico's with a Fajita Burrito. The food was sub-par at best.
The hotel is not exactly the spa & resort that we thought. This is more of a resort on a lake with ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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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.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.