Courtyard by Marriott Boise Downtown
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this was right across the street of the college and best part it was free thanks to the broncos.
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I made it to my final college visit. it was a much shorter driver in between stops so that was good. I took many pictures and met a ton of new people that I hope to attend school with. for now I am going to have to make my way back home.
- I will be staying at a friends house for a couple of days.
- I woke up at 8am and went to Walmart to get ice and some snacks
- I ate that for breakfast
- After I went hiking for the day in the Boise Foothills
- I stopped on the trail and ate some snacks that I had packed
- When I got back to my car I realized that I had a flat ...
... evening. We pay for our purchases and head back to the hotel for the evening.
When we get back to the hotel we unload all our purchase into the room as there are some things that need refrigeration and the rest needs to be repacked a little more compactly. Heidi goes to the hotel breakfast area and gets some plates and cutlery and then debones the chicken. We enjoy the meal a lot and realize that with the leftovers we can make a nice ...
... and Angie! We went to Angies dads birthday dinner, done some shopping, and I'm making curtains for Ryan and Angies family room. I hope to finish them when we return from Washington state! One day in Billings, Ryan and Angie took us and all three dogs to a dog park! That was a new experience for Dunker. He had a great time sniffing and meeting new dogs! He did alot ...
... walk, pinks and yellows brightened up the sandstone walls and gray iron window bars. I could smell the roses too, it was very pleasant there. I looked down at the Walking Guide I held. According to the map, 2 House was on my right. “Built in 1899. The building contains two-man cells and no indoor plumbing. A bucket in the corner served as a toilet. Inmates burned the building in a 1973 riot.” I kept walking. 3 House, built in 1921, condemned ...