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An awesome biking trail for novices and sight-seers. Sits between Washington and Idaho and is fully paved, so a trail bike is not required. Elevation stays around 2000 feet, so you can relax and enjoy the ride. Plenty of beautiful scenery, although close to the freeway at some points.
Head out on the 12 -1/2 mile trail loop around 10 am, enjoy the Spokane River and Mica Peak views - then have plenty of time to get back and eat a hearty lunch at the nearby Cabela's store.
Updated Feb 9, 2011
Address: Interstate 90, state line at Washington and Idaho
Go and see Post Falls, especially in the spring and early summer, the flow of water from the dam is much heavier and the falls are much more spectacular.
Updated Oct 8, 2008
Address: South of I-90 on Spokane Street
This place is a fun place to hang out, and a terrific place to watch a game. There are flat panel TV's all over the place, and lots of sports memorabilia. The biggest plus, is that they have tremendous food and lots of different beers on tap!
Favorite Dish: Sweet hot chicken wings. They have a very unique (and excellent) sauce!
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 315 N. Ross Point Road Post Falls, ID 83854
Phone: (208) 457-8020
If you want to impress someone take them here! The food is beyond words! You MUST taste this for yourself. It's not as cheap as fast food, but that isn't a problem because the food is still very reasonable! I dont even know what to recommend on the menu except maybe EVERYTHING. I had the beef and the ground beef shish kebabs and they were tremendously good. My wife had a salad with a chicken breast on it and she said it was the best chicken she has ever eaten.
Favorite Dish: The Ground Beef shish kebabs are so perfectly seasoned that they will melt in your mouth!
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 712 North Spokane Street Post Falls, ID 83854
Stopping in small towns gives the traveler the opportunity to try some local restaurants, a break from the usual freeway, big chain, always the same eateries.
In Post Falls I asked at the hotel for a nearby pub or brewpub. The recommended Jack's Sport Bar just down Seltice Avenue about five blocks.
It was a hot day but several people were eating outside in the shade of the building. Inside was a dining area and bar. It also had HDTV screens for sports viewing. Service was friendly, timely and the meal was affordable plus it was a real palate pleaser.
Favorite Dish: I ordered chicken parmesan, thinking I would get a chicken breast that had been breaded with parmesan and bread crumbs, covered with melted mozzarella and smothered with a red sauce.
Instead I was presented with a pasta dish, with chunks of chicken breast prepared with parmesan cheese and covered with the best marinara sauce I've tasted since I've made it at home. I'm just hoping it didn't come out of a can. I should have asked the chef for the recipe.
Oh, yeah, this place has Moose Drool Brown Ale on tap. Yumm. Anywhere from Idaho into Montana, if you can find Moose Drool on tap, go for it!
Updated Aug 19, 2005
Address: 315 North Ross Point Rd