BEST WESTERN PLUS Twin Falls Hotel
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After camping for 7 days in a row – this little Hilton Garden Inn in Twin Falls, Idaho seemed like heaven! Just so you know for your future travels, Hilton's now offer beds that you can change the firmness yourself – on either side of the bed! Very exciting for us, we slept well! After a long, hot shower the next morning (in our own private bathroom not shared by any other campers!) we traveled to what ...
Another long stretch to the Montbleu Hotel/ Casino at Lake Tahoe, our stop for the night. Except we don't stop as we booked the sunset tour on Lake Tahoe of course. We feel that it is better than hitting the casino. Choppy seas via a catamaran under sail, lots of wine and laughs as the sun set, all in all a great end to the day.
An early start to head towards Twin Falls in Idaho, an ...
... on into Oregon for some "training" time on the bike. I am haunted by the fact that I am unprepared for the Bike Trip. Not enough time in the saddle, too much time in the driver's seat battling my sciatica. I go to bed with visions of riding the Surly off into the sunset in bike friendly Oregon.
The next morning on my walk to the hotel ice machine, ...
... to cook them, cut up in foil on the fire, but was able to cook them on the grill) They actually were pretty good. And we were able to fulfill her objective for her visit to Idaho.
This is my second visit to Twin Falls. 20 years ago, I flew out of Twin Falls after spending Christmas with my college boyfriend's family in Rupert. That seems like a lifetime ago.
... climb. It was hot, and I'd hoped to take a dip in the river before facing this climb, but the road and river went different directions! So I doused myself with water from a water bottle, and headed up what was a 2-mile decent climb, followed by a more gradual uphill for another 6-7 miles. At one point, we passed a house whose sprinkler was wetting the edge of the road, and I got off my ...