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- Microwave in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Refrigerator in room
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... that there are three major fires at Glacier National Park. One of them rapidly went from 1,200 acres to over 14,000 acres in a short period of time. They are saying that fire won't be extinguished until the snow smothers it in the winter. The famous “Road to the Sun” was closed for some time, but thankfully just reopened. We are informed that this year’s “fire season” has been so much dryer and hotter than ...
... mining. The mining and logging - the two main industries - caused some environmental damages in the past. The government stepped in with stricter regulation and cleaned up the area, the populations declined but tourism picks up. The Coeur d'Alene bike path was a rails to trails project and was paved with asphalt to contain the heavy metals in the road bed. The result is a pristine trail alongside ...
... formed under Yellowstone around 2 million years ago and it still Fuels Yellowstone's steaming, hissing, erupting marvels. ......Scientists believe Yellowstone will explode again.(hopefully not while we are in area!) ......Yellowstone is a land of fire and ice shaped over thousands of years by sheets of ice Called glaciers. ......Yellowstone became our first national park and the first ...
... Mike and his family arrived soon after us. We went to the davenport hotel to look at the Christmas trees that they auction off for certain charities, they were pretty, but it was incredibly busy. We then headed to the Spokane Arena for the game. It was awesome. We were so close and saw plenty of jams up against the glass. We had som drinks and everyone had a great time. It was good to get to know Paula and Mike and the kids too. Go Chiefs ...
... Our spot of rest for the night would be the swanky high end resort town of Coeur d'Alene. All the other patrons in the restaurant we dined at seemed to either have just finished a round of golf or had just come off their boat. A very neat and tidy town near the lake, Coeur d'Alene was our token one night sleepover in Idaho. About two hours east of Seattle and a ...