The Riverside Hotel
Travel Blogs from Boise
... onto ice pools that congregated below. It was 82 degrees "upstairs."
Of course the only others on top of Inferno cone were a couple from Durham, NC. Atop this mound, the blackened landscape resembled a well-done burger. Extra-crispy...
This was a different world.
Snaking down to Bruneau Dunes.
There are potatoes and corn and potatoes and a house and the snake river canyon. The yellow ...
The countdown chain is dwindling, my whiteboard countdown is quickly reaching one digit, and my office kitty (Toonces) and his mouse pal (Sidekick), all provide a daily reminder of what's coming up in 12 days…our big trip!
Well, I suppose it's about time to believe that our upcoming trip is indeed real. No longer is traveling to Europe a daydream...it's a reality. What started out as car shopping for a new Volvo in ...
... though is the guy who I spent a fair few hours getting to know. He was covered in tattoos from his neck down. He informed me that the feathers in his tattoos were something he had to earn while in prison, a place he’d earned his entry by assaulting some guy so badly he only stopped because he thought he’d killed him. To earn each feather tattoo he had to stab a prisoner of a different racial gang; the feather on his ...
... convicted robber George Hamilton; he was pardoned after its completion. The building also served as a hospital, chapel, bakery and laundry. And then, lining the sidewalks in perfumed splendor, there are the roses. They meant as much to their original gardeners, I’m thinking, as they do to those who come today, just visiting.
Visit the Idaho Penitentiary @ 2445 Old Penitentiary Road, Boise, Idaho
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center