Country Inn & Suites By Carlson _ Boise West At Meridian
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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TripAdvisor Reviews Country Inn & Suites By Carlson _ Boise West At Meridian
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... only background noise for me. Heidi has gone outside for anther cigarette and comes in a few minutes later asking for the camera. “There are balloons out there,” she tells me. “I am going to take some pictures.” I switch the camera on and she goes out the door, returning a few minutes later. “There were twelve of them out there. I wanted to get them all but there was so much happening at the same time.”
... purchased last night at the Walmart. Lunch is delicious and it is a lovely spot for some pictures of the landscape. By the time we get back into the car it is almost 3:00 and our new ETA in Boise is 9:02… We still have 6 hours ahead of us.
Heidi sets her music to the sound system of the car and we listen to Blake Shelton as the miles pass under us. The landscape becomes quite mundane and uninteresting. The mountains are off in the distance to ...
... shoulder of the road. I knew Oregon was kind of a greenie state but in this heat, those people are nuts! A couple of roads I pulled off on had great shade and looked like something out of a magazine. One such stop was on a road to Mosier, OR where I took a picture of the trailhead to Rock Creek. It’s a cool little metal sculpture of what looks like a couple of birds holding the sign. The scenery from a motorcycle is awesome!
... enroute to Chicago O'Hare: 1) Our little Idaho has some world class beauty - from early summer wildflowers on the Around the Mountain hike at Bogus Basin, to the spring green of Hailey and Ketchum, to a bike ride over the rolling hills between Lake Fork and McCall, it is easy to argue that we have great opportunities right here at home; 2) I feel accomplished with what I have done physically since ...
... is the drive from Salt Lake to the flats ends with a 35+ mile stretch that is absolutely flat and straight. Probably the straightest, flattest road I've seen on the whole trip. My guess is, if you wanted to take your car to the flats to see how fast it could go, you'd know before you even got there!
After that, it was more driving. drive, drive, drive, so tomorrow's let won't be quite so long. ...