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.
... couldn't understand much of what everyone said, even though it was mostly English- very thick accents. You could tell when someone was from a different county, and even a town outside the city. Small town folk sounded much more "Darby O'Gill and the Little People." Gaelic is spoken almost everywhere, with some towns, it's the first language. It's also on all of the street signs and other signage. Most radio stations spoke primarily in Gaelic, which was fun to listen to (for about ...
... eagle-owl, and a turkey vulture. We were hoping to see more so we go outside. There we see a pair of California condors (boy they are ugly!) as well as three species of eagle, including a bald eagle. Overall, we were both quite disappointed as with a name like ‘World Centre for Birds of Prey” we were expecting more birds. Back through the main entrance, which is also the gift shop, we pay our admission and leave.
It is only ...
A quiet day today. We grocery shopped in the morning. Jim went fishing in the Boise River with a guide. He did dry fly fishing and wet fly fishing. A few fish were caught and released to swim again. Barbara crashed at the trailer. It was a nice day to rest.
... and pains. Magic waters, underground, where are they in Idaho, and how do people harness them? They come "right from Hades," printed the Idaho Statesman in December 1890, referring to an artesian well just drilled west of Table Rock.
The 1890’s were exciting times for Boise. Idaho had just become the 43rd state, and people were optimistic about the city’s future. John Paulsen was hired by Boise’s ...