BEST WESTERN PLUS Caldwell Inn & Suites

908 Specht Ave., Caldwell, Idaho, 83605, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 908 Specht Ave., Caldwell, is near Albertson College of Idaho, Orma J. Smith Museum of Natural History, Whittenberger Planetarium, and Weston Winery.
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    Travel Blogs from Caldwell

    Last state ticked off in mainland USA

    A travel blog entry by catndeano on Jun 20, 2012

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    Weds 20th June cont.

    From here on it changed from desert badlands to twisting mountain roads with chain up areas for winter snow. It's hard to imagine that you'd get snow out here, but some points are nearly 5000 feet up. At one of the highest points we crossed Stinking Water Pass and then Stinking Water Creek, then a bit futher on was Drinking Water Pass. The difference, I'm sure, it must have been obvious at the time. Not long after we crossed into mountain ...

    Esto Perpetua

    A travel blog entry by burtonll on May 19, 2012

    5 photos

    ... to another story. Did you know that the Idaho State Seal is the only Great Seal designed by a woman? Emma Edwards came to visit relatives in Boise in the summer of 1890, the same year that Idaho became a state. Emma was exceptionally well-educated; in fact she had just spent a year studying art in New York. Turns out she fell in love with Boise, and stayed; teaching art to the young pioneers of the community. And, as an ...

    Football Day in Boise

    A travel blog entry by blonde.wanderer on Oct 01, 2011

    8 photos

    ... around as uninanimous clapping, celebrating and booing took place. We only stayed for the first half before deciding to move to another location to watch the second half. The food was yummy but it was too expensive for a repeat visit for just lunch.

    We ended up going to the campus Student Union where the tables in the food area were converted into 6 separate viewing areas of the game with projectors set up so lots of people could be situated ...

    How do I explain Boise?!? It's worth a READ!

    A travel blog entry by aborder on May 22, 2011

    4 comments, 11 photos

    ... have vodka and red bull! They leave the Tavern and finally make it to the Hot Springs! They park on a verge near a river and opposite a rocky climb to the Hot Springs.

    The three of them load up themselves with tents, blankets, food, beer and all sorts and take 30 minutes to climb the rocky hill. The Gingerman looks very impressed at the setting and the first Hot Spring he comes across. He notices a flat area of land over away from the ...

    Musing about a long drive

    A travel blog entry by jllawson1 on Jul 16, 2010

    ... from the bus station, and wish that I hadn't. The noise was too much for an old man, but the $14/nite usd price was great. The room had a serviceable bed and ensuite bathroom. The room was just big enough for me and my luggage/guitar case. Remember that I am trying to consider places to live in retirement; so I hired a taxi at the hourly rate of $10usd and took the gran tour of Tepic. I find getting a local to show me about new ...