BEST WESTERN Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... area at about 5000 ft, we came to this historic site of a railway, with a barrier-free trail leading to tracks. This railway was built in an 80 mile stretch between two communities, to bring logs out, among other things. A number of switchbacks for the train had to be built in order to get the train up and down the slope. It worked, but was very slow and ...
Well hello from Ontario, Oregon.
I spent a nice but very hot 105°F rest day in Missoula which was spent doing some work on Nelson and waiting in line at Wal-Mart to get a new phone to replace both my old one and my tablet. More efforts to try to lighten the load. So with my new phone in hand and at least a lighter bank balance, I returned back the the Shady Rest hostel to be invited out by the owners along with some others. It was a very ...
... is significant both architecturally and historically. Architecturally, it is a monumental and sustained exercise in the use of concrete as a building material. Historically, it is inextricably interwoven with the history of secondary education in Weiser. In 1899 a school was established here and Slocum Hall was the boys’ dormitory. Later, it became the local High School until the new one was built across the Fiddletown Campground field. ...
... way to what many would call barren countryside. But it has its own beauty. For Ann, it conjures images of cowboys riding horses through the hills and sage in a Zane Grey novel. The headwinds continued, and combined with the hills, kept our pace slow. Old US 30 parallels (sort of) the I-84 freeway, but crosses over or under several times. We knew that eventually the uphill would give way to downhill before we met up with Lea ...
When we woke up at the motel in Pocatello this morning it was snowing and at breakfast they were serving breakfast in one of the rooms wich was a bit odd but as it turned out they were renovateing the real breakfastroom at the time. We finished our breakfast and set off in the car and the snowfall soon disappeared. Eventually we came to "Craters of the moon - national monument" which was a vast landscape of black lava rocks. The place had once been an ...