Boise Guest House
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... into the downtown as I would like to see the State Capitol Building. It is similar in shape to our Legislature, perhaps smaller, and the park-like grounds are well kept. The area is not as large as our legislature grounds but that makes it far easier to walk around. I take some pictures of the Capitol Building and the grounds around. Across the street there is a statue of a former Governor of the State, Frank Steunenberg who was assassinated several ...
We were up at 7am and out of the motel and on the road by 7:30. We stopped in La Grande for breakfast at a Denny. Continuing on we arrived in Boise around 12:30pm and went straight to Chuck and Lindy's apartment. We visited till about 4pm then went to the motel. Moved our stuff in and freshened up, relaxed a bit then went back to Chuck and Lindy's for dinner. Lindy fixed; ...
... leaned up against a wall on the footpath, just a nice charge of the batteries before the final run of the day.
We crossed into Idaho mid afternoon and for the final leg picked up the I 84 Interstate to get into Boise. Super8 was again our choice of Motel.
A Swim a shower and a change of clothes and we headed to Applebee's diner for a light meal before hitting the ...
... hike/climb in the Dolomites. You can watch this YouTube video that shows a Via Ferrata at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ci6n-X6O f3g
From the Italian Alps we head to Switzerland and the Lauterbrunnen Valley to take a cog railway through the Eiger (like Clint Eastwood in the Eiger Sanction!), then on to Zermatt to view the Matterhorn (hope the weather cooperates) and west ...
... is small but very well done. Beginning with the history of the Basque people in Spain, it describes their culture and lifestyle, mostly fishing along the coast and shepherding in the inland regions. There were large pictures of the Basque region, the people and their festivals. Also along the top of the displays were large pictures of men who came to Idaho in the early waves of immigration. I assume that they were ...