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Coeur D'Alene tips

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Just had a lovely visit to Idaho!
Coeur d'alene is a cute town on an amazing lake.
Highly recommend browsing the shops, galleries and antique stores. Tito Macaroni would be good for kids, food was just ok. We missed the Wine Celler and the menu looked so good but it's closed on Sundays. Skip Crickets- awful food, cold and even the wild rice was clumped together and bad (and it was part of the evenings specials). Renting the wave runner was the best part, as well as touring/viewing the golf course and floating tee. Iron Horse is the night or afternoon hang out spot with crowds, tvs and live music. We stayed at the Resort City inn, right at the edge of the main area on Sherman street, only $89/night and clean and nice! Totally worth a visit and we'll go back someday (but probably fly vs. the drive from Portland!!)

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