SmilingsnailCoeur d'Alene is a small town in Idaho, with the famous lake scenery Coeur d'Alene Lake, the whole town is quiet and peaceful, full of greenery, the city is small, but it is full of park scenery, and there is a very distinctive church.
TodemmyYou simply have to visit this place -- not only to soak in the emptiness of the terrain and the country and our borders with Pakistan But to See for yourself what the INDIAN ARMY and THE BSF PROTECTS. the fact that a score of Indian soldiers held off the Pakistan army and Tanks else Yes Breakfast in Ramgarh, Lunch in Jaisalmer and Dinner in Jodhpur was the mission of the Pakistanis. 1971 is school books is nothing without actually standing here. The movie show about the war and valor inside the bunker is a must watch. ( its a documentary with excerpts from the movie BORDER ).. Make the trip
E22***56Lake Coeur d’Alene (Lake Coeur d’Alene) in Idaho just wants to use the clear water of the lake to discuss our next life! The small town of Coeur d'Alene (Coeur d'Alene) has a permanent population of only 40,000. It is located on the shore of the long and narrow Lake Coeur d`Alene (Coeur d'Alene). The 135-mile beautiful lake shoreline is enough for people to enjoy its tranquility and comfort. And have fun. Half of the lake is surrounded by mountains. The lush trees on the mountains are very fresh and natural. There is the longest floating boardwalk in the world. Under the sea-blue conical roof, one yacht after another is docked in an orderly manner. They attract people. His eyeballs are very unique and neat. Coeur d'Alene is listed as one of the most beautiful places in the world. Coeur d'Alene is French. More than 200 years ago, it was an Indian territory. French fur traders first arrived here and traded with indigenous people. They traded silver jewelry made in France and Indians for fur in order to make huge profits. Many years later, the British also came, and they switched to metal tools (such as knives, axes, scissors, needles, etc., later developed into firearms) for trading. The French slowly felt that the business was not doing well, and they were dissatisfied with the increasing prices of the Indians, so they called them Coeur d'Alene, which literally means Heart of the Awl. Actually It is spicy, stubborn, and cunning. The indigenous people did not know what they meant, and happily used the name Coeur d'Alene until today.