BEST WESTERN PLUS Twin Falls Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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... trip so far. Seeing a landscape of just dried lava flow stretch for miles and miles was just surreal.
Our last stop was supposed to be the Shoshone Ice Caves, but once we got there we weren’t really feeling like it was worth it. The tour was 45 minutes and only 15 of those minutes were actually in the cave. So we skipped it and drove on until we saw another attraction that we were planning on seeing tomorrow, Mammoth Cave. We decided that since we were ...
... to where you go under the Perrin Bridge. However, when we arrived we could find no one and later learned that they don't open until noon. We didn't want to wait over an hour so decided to pass on that idea. Strike two! Instead we went to the mall to do a bit more shopping. Emma found a nice pair of shoes for school, Jaden a pair of pants and both boys found a nice t-shirt. We then ...
Jess stayed with us for a week or so while looking for a place to live - she found a cute apartment, and we helped her get her car running and her furniture into the apartment. She's still looking for a job, and we're about to head out of here.
Despite our hoping to not have to go back to ...
... monument. On the way, had a very nice chat with the Butte County Sheriff, who helped me with the accuracy of the BMW speedo. I thought it said 85, but he assured me that I was doing 83, and that it was a 65mph limit. The nice gentleman sent us on our way with some advice on how to hang on to our cash and enjoy our vacation. So onwards to Craters of the Moon. It's a 100 square mile lava field. Has its own microclimate and inhabitants. Ironic how the forces of ...
... stood in it! Moments like that get me through the hot, hard parts. As we approached the little town of Buhl, we passed a strange sight. Along our right was an ornate wrought-iron fence, topped with gold spires and set into stone pillars every so often. Very imposing. And on the other side was just a rather dingy pasture. At last we came to a fancy gateway - stone wings sweeping up to a ...