Idaho Heritage Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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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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Today was my last day in Boise. Bittersweet. There wasn't much to do here to be completely honest. Lots of nature, sure. But not many attractions.
Either way, the capital of Idaho is Boise, two major population centers are Boise and Nampa, apparently. Never even heard of it. There are 1.6 million people over 83,570 square miles. Thats roughly 20 people per square mile. Not too bad if you're not a fan of people. Idaho joined the Union is 1890 with the motto ...
... actually are/were. Each one usually held 2 prisoners, the larger, four. In the oldest of the cell buildings there was no plumbing and each cell had a ventilation shaft where their “waste” buckets were kept. I am sure the stench in that building was incredible! In the newer building plumbing was installed but this did not make the conditions any better. These cells are also very small but it seems that depending on either who you were or how ...
... several hours of waiting when the temp is now approaching 102 or 103, his name is called - now about 4 hours later. Out he goes to perform his skills.Passed with flying colors and only a little sweat. So now he has a real temporary (paper photocopy looking thing) motorcycle license and is informed the real one will come in the mail within 2 weeks. We had to leave so Ted has been driving Sparky on a half-baked paper motorcycle license until now.
Thursday, August 21
... Dean really wanted to see the blue football field at Boise State. Dean also got to feed his growing interest in birds by checking out the World Center for Birds of Prey. He thought it was pretty cool.
We ended up keeping it a low key stop along the way, but find that we definitely need that type of experience to stay refreshed. One of my favorite moments there was sitting outside reading as the sun went down and later getting some work done on my computer by ...
... big rig and something hauling apples (from the apples all over the road) deja vu!!
We arrived mid afternoon in Boise and were ahead of a lot of the traffic for the Boise State football game. We are settling in and will start a nice visit with Jean tomorrow.