Quality Inn & Suites
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Indoor pool
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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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Today started and ended in rain as we made our way northwest from Missoula to Couer d'Alene.
To start our day, our plan was to get up early and ride for a couple of hours to the town of St. Regis Montana where we’d find a café/restaurant, have a late breakfast and watch the US v. Germany World Cup match… Mission accomplished. We were excited to see the US make it into the next round. At the same ...
-CDA is one of the most beautiful areas during the summer and wish i could have stayed longer.
-We get gas for the next morning so we can sleep in and relax when we wake up.
-We pull into the house we were offered to stay at by a friend and they were very welcoming
I started the day picking up where I left off in Nelson yesterday. Got a nice breakfast at a café on Baker Street (the primary shopping strip of Nelson; why did I find myself humming Gerry Rafferty?), and then continued my further exploration of town. I was pleasantly surprised to find that the entire area was just bursting with fall color this late in October at this latitiude; maybe not as many reds as at "peak", but certainly a few, and plenty of yellows ...
... we left went back. I left only spending $20 in 1.5 hours. Cheap entertainment. Now we are relaxing in our horribly over priced (and not nearly as nice as the others we stayed in) watching tv getting ready for the last leg of our adventure. Tomorrow is back to the lake, with a quick detour coffee with Christal. Can't wait to get back to my Canadian phone service, kids and ...
... rich in foliage and birdlife. We encountered a wide range of birds and animals including muskrat, moose, heron, swan, stork, and a host of colorful smaller birds.
The day ended at a late dinner meeting with Debbie and Ruth, comparing notes and coming up with more ideas to be considered in the days ahead. Tomorrow, Ruth and Debbie head home, and Scott and I head to Spokane to consider several promising walk options ...