BEST WESTERN PLUS Burley Inn & Convention Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Burley Inn & Convention Center
Nice place to stay. Right next door to a Perkins for those who love breakfast.
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Left Pendleton OR this morning to a beautiful sunrise, traveling into Idaho. Some nice scenery starting out then miles of Alfalfa & Hayfields, and throughout the state if their we're fields with crops they are all irrigated. Seeing cattle farms as well. We're also lucky to have seen a herd of Antelope when we travelled through Idaho. Staying the night in Declo ID, RV park along the Snake ...
Long day driving today, drove 600 miles and for 9 hours through California, Nevada and Idaho on our way to Yellowstone. Wanted to get most of the journey done today so we can get to Yellowstone at a reasonable hour tomorrow. Pretty boring drive, some nice scenery but also a lot of nothing, and Pete went on and on about Area 51 for ages. Finding it really irritating how slowly Americans drive, we know they are a lot ...
... a 45 degree angle. Hail and heavy rains assaulted us for about 20 min. After the storm passed, the winds continued to be brutal. Once we got onto I-86 the winds died down and the landscape gradually shaped into desert. By the time we got to Burley, we were once again exhausted! A short time in the pool followed by showers and time to hit the sack. We are leaving for Bend tomorrow morning by 7am sharp!
While on our way to Salt Lake, we stumbled upon this lookout point off of i84 names Devils Washbowl. The cliff side was more then a 100 feet high and a large water bowl below it. There were many point along the edge that were primo jumping spots. A definite return to location!! Not only was it a sweet water hole, it was a gorgeous canyon. Though the Devils ...
... Land inside the reserve may be privately owned, as it was in the case of the City of Rocks. The land is used by ranchers for cattle grazing.
City of Rocks looks like a dismantled rock-built city of the Stone Age in a romantic valley . Originally home to the Shoshone-Bannock Indians, beaver trappers followed, and afterwards emigrants on the California Trail starting in 1843. City of ...