Candlewood Suites Boise
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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Judah (our Martian guide extraordinaire) took us to see Olympus Mons - the largest known volcano on ANY PLANET IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM! And we got to see it! It really is amazing and so much bigger than fathomable. It is a shield volcano 624 km (374 mi) in diameter (approximately the same size as the state of Arizona!!), 25 km (16 mi) high, and is rimmed by a 6 km (4 mi) high scarp - or ...
... small iota.
Lunch was at Lardo in Portland, and the name is indicative of the food. It was just a bowl of lard. Just kidding, the sandwiches were large and delicious, though.
Having not quite earned our gluttonous merit badge, we decided to head over to legendary ice cream parlor, Salt & Straw. In a freak coincidence, I saw my cousin Ryan waiting in line! (It may not have been much of a coincidence, since he was taking a class there, we ...
We are on our way. Lifted off at 9:15 with no delays. It was nice to see the Boise airport renovations, they kicked out the corporate shops and dining options and replaced them with local businesses. We snagged breakfast from Big City, one of our favorites. ...
... of the Moon is a fascinating lava flow with the most recent being 2000 years ago. We took a very excellent ranger guided tour to the Indian cave lava tube.
We made it to Boise by early evening and checked into a motel.
We were happy to be home by 3 pm on Sunday - time to rest before work after an activity-packed 9 day trip of the National ...
... so that nothing gets left behind. By shortly after 9:00 we are dressed, packed and the car is loaded. We decide that before we check out we will go and try out the free breakfast. There is coffee and pastries; a waffle station; cold cereals and instant oatmeal; bread and bagels; yogurt and hard boiled eggs; biscuits and gravy (that is the oddest looking food yet!) and scrambled eggs and bacon. It truly is an abundant breakfast which comes as part of the cost ...