The Riverside Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... be a tad childish and disrespectful so we just said ‘a little bit’. You got a real sense throughout just how passionate they were about Mormonism. As the tour concluded they asked if we wanted a free copy of the Book of Mormon – Lara hesitated slightly and I said ‘absolutely’ (I really am intrigued to have a look); luckily for our ever expanding library in the boot of our car, they gave us a card with instructions for downloading the book from iTunes. ...
- Woke up at 10 am and ate breakfast in my car
- Got gas and then left for Lewiston
- It took me 2 hours to get there
- I filled up on gas again and continued on my way
- I drove for 5 hours and ended up in Boise
- It was about 5pm
- I got dinner at Mcdonalds and then parked in the nearest Walmart parking lot to go to sleep ...
... that the prices on many things is quite similar to the prices at home. After a walk down many of the aisles we decide that there is nothing in Costco for us, and further we were not even sure that our membership cards would work for purchases, so we leave and continue our trek to Walmart.
The Walmart is quite large and much better stocked than the one we visited in Great Falls. We again notice that bigger ticket items are similarly priced ...
... and head home, we received a text with the location of the launch and made our way there – manna from heaven. It took a few minutes to recompose ourselves, get ready and then get on the water. There were 4 rafts and the Reardon Family Reunion contingent filled 2 of them. I tried not to look at the others who had repeatedly waited out our miscues.
Our river guide was 70 year old William. He was stationed ...
... 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 ...