La Quinta Inn & Suites Twin Falls
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... at Twin Falls at 9pm. I was unprepared to see what Twin Falls has in store for visitors. There is a deep canyon that runs along the northern border of the city and it was spectacular. It runs for 50 miles and ranges up to 150m deep and 400m across. We crossed the Perrine Bridge to get to the city and was awed by its beauty below. Oddly enough, the snake river that carved out the canyon looks rather narrow and still. We arrived just in time to catch the ...
After camping for 7 days in a row – this little Hilton Garden Inn in Twin Falls, Idaho seemed like heaven! Just so you know for your future travels, Hilton's now offer beds that you can change the firmness yourself – on either side of the bed! Very exciting for us, we slept well! After a long, hot shower the next morning (in our own private bathroom not shared by any other campers!) we traveled to what ...
Another long stretch to the Montbleu Hotel/ Casino at Lake Tahoe, our stop for the night. Except we don't stop as we booked the sunset tour on Lake Tahoe of course. We feel that it is better than hitting the casino. Choppy seas via a catamaran under sail, lots of wine and laughs as the sun set, all in all a great end to the day.
An early start to head towards Twin Falls in Idaho, an ...
... the Snake River Canyon.
Our next stop was the Shoshone Falls. Lovely views and the water level was only at medium. It would be great to see it at high level.
We left the falls and then headed to find an information centre. This was situated next to the Perrine Bridge. We drove back up the main street and found a hotel and checked in. Early night in to see if Darryl can get better.
... to get ice cream! We'd ridden 20 miles, so it was time for a rest. The teenage girls at the little cafe/mini-mart were really nice, and very impressed with our accomplishment thus far. They also made the milkshake extra thick, so we sat outside and ate it with a spoon. Very "blissful!"
From Bliss, our route led along the top of the Snake River Canyon for a ways, then dropped in ...