BEST WESTERN PLUS Caldwell Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... crime you could have a larger cell with one cellmate or maybe even none. The laundry building was also very interesting – the machines were huge; 4 washers and 3 dryers and though most of the machines were powered, some were obviously manually run. The maximum security building has fewer cells and there are no double bunks here. Each cell block is enclosed by bars and gates. On the second floor of this building is death row and evidently it was ...
The trash is out, fridge is cleaned, children and grandchildren have been kissed and hugged, packing is complete....We can now go to Europe! I know I told some of you I wasn't going to blog this time...but I found an App that I think will work just fine...so check here regularly! Until tomorrow, we wish you sweet dreams! Ciao, Mary and ...
Well we have not seen our old friends for far too long but what a fanastic visit. To top it off they knew of a great sushi place so we ended the day with a great dinner. We plan to get together again today for more of the same.We will make this part of our trip in the ...
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 ...
... a dazzling blue carpet in the entry caught my eye. In the center of the carpet a sleeked-down version of the current Idaho State Seal showed a female figure of justice on the left, a male figure dressed in miner’s clothing on the right, and strategically placed mountains and rivers and symbols of plenty, with the words “Esto Perputua” (May it endure forever) at the top.
The modern look of it ...