We went Wallace because my mother-in-law has been wanting to go. We were in the Spokane WA area to visit with her. It was a 90 minute drive to get there. Its a very scenic drive up Interstate 90, and very light traffic. There are great views of Lake Coeur D' Alene. Wallace Idaho is a charming little town with a lot of history. We were a little early so we grabbed a breakfast sandwich in a little speakeasy called the 1313 Club. We browsed in a great Antique shop with alot of fascinating animal mounts across the street from the mining museum and tour office. We went walking around and found a Boardello Museum. The tour there was pretty interesting and we learned alot about that trade. We finished walking around and then went to the Mining Muesum. It has a lot of interesting displays and is the place to wait for the Silver Mine Tour . The tour is very interesting and not to claustrophibic. The town has mostly antquie stores , but they all carry a little different stuff. The prices seem very reasonable throughout the town. This is a quaint, historic place, and the center of the universe is there on a street corner on the same side of the street as the 1313 Club. Look for it.
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