Idaho Heritage Inn
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... Slept the whole way and made it back to Boise the next afternoon.
Back in Idaho, I have gotten to enjoy some amazing times with friends and family. Concerts, girl time, LOTS of eating out and well, just eating in general, hiking, biking the greenbelt, visiting my old stomping grounds in the NICU at St. Luke's, movie nights, and started going back to church and met the most amazing people at Harvest Church in Meridian. It's been a blast being back. Of course ...
... extended trip in foreign lands. This tour to last five months.
I tend to feel a since of anticipation when a big trip is in sight imaginations of a life other than. Other than the day to day American and into new lands where even the language is a challenge.
I shall digress here to address one of the more consistent comments i here on sharing my plans. "you might never come back." they say. ...
... cattle feedlots followed by climbs into the alpine desert. Had a badger try to commit suicide by BMW, but we managed to avert that. Not bad at 85mph. A bit of road kill around, coyote and deer. Also passed a manmade mountain, of rubbish, off the interstate, with its own exit. Stopped at a place called Mountain Home, on the interstate, for breakfast/lunch. Jack in the box do a good all day breakfast. Into Boise, had a great chat with the BMW guys at Big ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsIdaho Heritage Inn Boise
Price was reasonable. The house was 5 star. Rooms were well decorated and comfortable. Price very reasonable. Provided a bottle of wine upon our arrival. Breakfast was great. Close to the HISTORIC DISTRICT & CITY CENTER.
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