Courtyard by Marriott Boise Downtown
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... not have the reservation print out including the phone number. After some frustration, we back tracked to the RV Park to use their internet service. With the help of their front office staff we realized we had written the street address incorrectly. Once we corrected our mistake, Ms.Garmin took us straight there.
After checking in, we jumped into our Camper van and headed towards the Appolo RV Rental headquarters at the Auckland Airport. On the way, we saw ...
... So good to see my family. My nephews are growing like weeds!
Saturday morning started off with my dad making waffles for breakfast. Nice way to start the day.
We had a good chat and then I headed over to my aunt Lyta's house. Felt great to give her a big hug and see for myself that she is doing okay. Brett and my niece Madison met me there. After a nice visit, we took Madison to ...
... 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 ...
... But the overwhelming impression is one of white marble everywhere.
Note: Scagliola is a mixture of gypsum, glue, marble dust, and granite dyed to look like marble.
Lunch was back in the Basque Quarter at a different restaurant, Gerniko’s. We had sololom, pork with pimento, sandwich and chirizo on a bun. Very good.
The afternoon was spent at the World Center for Birds of Prey, the center for ...
Linda Burton posting from Boise, Idaho – The Trolley stopped so we could see the carriage step, a charming bit of history that remains on Warm Springs Avenue. Our Tour Guide told us stories of the stately houses that we passed; the first bathtub in this one; the first dishwasher in that one; the geothermal heat in all. There's a new house on the corner where the Natatorium once stood, it was a warm-water pool, geothermal heat. As we ...