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Liberty Lake Regional Park
"Liberty Lake Regional Park is suitable for hiking. It is about 7 miles from the parking lot to the waterfall. You can see wildflowers in April. The highest altitude is 400 meters."
Coeur d'Alene Lake
"Lake 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."
based on 567 reviews
"Spokane is located in the northwest of Washington State, USA. It used to host the World Exposition in 1974. With a population of only about 200,000, it is the second largest city in Washington State. When I came here, it was dusk, a quiet and comfortable city shrouded in a faint golden sunset. It was different from the hustle and bustle of the American metropolis in my impression, and the beauty here was graceful. The small town in the early morning is very quiet, with few people. But it also makes it more distinctive. Spokane City was built right next to the Spokane River, so waterscapes can be seen everywhere here, which adds a soothing and moisturizing atmosphere. Spokane Falls is in Riverside Park, where the waterfall and the city are integrated. A power station was built nearby. It is amazing that the creativity and ability of the American people to make rational use of nature is beyond imagination."
based on 1442 reviews
"If you like all kinds of flowers, you must come here! Usually I like flowers and plants, and then you must not miss Manito Park. It can really satisfy all your desires to see flowers. I actually heard about it before I came, and then I found that it really exceeded expectations. I love it. Loved, the location is also very good, in Spokane South Mountain, a completely different perspective. There are a lot of trails, which are convenient for people to watch. At the same time, these trails can also lead to beautiful gardens with various themes. Among the many gardens, my favorite is the rose garden. Of course, others such as lilac and Japanese gardens and ponds are really beautiful in design. Forgive me for my lack of knowledge, some flower varieties are really not named. There are carps in the pond, the colors are very bright, it is koi, haha! The park is very large, and besides the outdoor gardens, there are also indoor gardens, such as some succulents and cacti. Children like it very much. The locals usually bring a family of young and old, and you can spend a day here. There are some ducks, tortoises and so on, try not to feed randomly. Tips: 1. In winter, there are places for skiing. It's colder. I don't care. I like the flowering season and the entertainment facilities are complete. 2. Of course it’s free, don’t feed the small animals in it. 3. You still need to be careful to find this park. It is not the kind that is particularly easy to find, and it may be the first time you go there."
Heyburn State Park
based on 68 reviews
Little Spokane River
Pulaski Tunnel Trail
based on 91 reviews
"I didn’t eat enough tonight, so I ordered a hot drink to eat and drink, my sister is very good at talking"
Riverside State Park - Bowl and Pitcher
based on 70 reviews
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