Japan House Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJapan House Suites Coeur d'Alene
...wi-fi, free and delicious breakfast to order, clean rooms, great rates, extraordinarily friendly and helpful service.
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... a few times. The jig was up but Chris still didn't know WHO was coming (he guessed Whitney and Hannah. He was convinced Brian was in Mexico). Soon he saw a guy with a familiar purple "Friends for Life" hat and jumped out of the car. Yay! Brian was here! It was so great to see him and catch up. He has done his own life-changing/world traveling things since we last saw each ...
... 1/8 of what we have at home. Some spots are heavier but for the most part it is very nice. At times we felt that we had the rode to ourselves. Now once we get to the coast my post may change on the car thing :) This trip has brought back alot of memories of past trips. Sturgis in '05 and Montana in '10. It's amazing how you remember things and your way after so many ...
... WE had bowled was in 1988. Yep, that's twenty-five years ago. The meantime didn't do a lot to improve our style, but we didn't hurt ourselves.....much. My "hook" to the left of the lane survived the years and Lynn's tricky thumb helped her to do some creative work on the hardwoods. Lynn had actually bowled in the past. In fact, I remember watching her bowl on a team and picking her up at the Star Lanes in Butte, back in the Dark Ages. ...
Today I took another "shortcut". On recommendation from another rider I took Rt 12 from Missoula to Lewiston. From there route 95 to Coeur D'Alene, Idaho. It looked overcast when I left and in 10 minutes it looked nasty. Rain gear on. Weather is sure different up here. Here is what I have learned.
1. Weather on one side of the mountain has no correlation to the weather on the other ...
... 12 miles. Then halfway through I got my special needs bag and got my water bottle full of Generation UCan and more endurolytes. I'd packed peanut butter pretzels, but I just didn't need solid food. The bottle was clutch, and I know that having that quick starch helped me a lot and was probably the reason I never needed a gel or any other food on the run. I continued rationing the tablets. I saw Clark twice during the turnaround in town, stopping once for a kiss of course!