Extended Stay America - Boise - Airport
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... as a car, which means no one has side mirrors. If they do, they'll get hit off eventually. It was crazy driving those roads. And there are hardly any motorways (freeway), which means it takes 3 times longer to get anywhere- but the Irish don't seem to mind; they say, "what's the rush?"
Ireland's history is old, old, old, and it was very cool learning about the Vikings and current unrest with Northern Ireland (which, by they way, is not a part of Ireland at all, contrary ...
... for Cameron who darted around for a good hour. We stayed at a place called Hotel 43 which has its own steak restaurant called Chandlers. We thought that what the heck, we’re (almost) always well within our daily budget, it’s Saturday night, its time for a splash out: a tenderloin beef fillet and a bottle of red. Well we got a wee bit carried away and ended up getting a couple of chocolate soufflés between the three of us and another bottle of red. We had a very good ...
... 1.50 each, a couple of interesting pasta dinners (along the lines of Hamburger Helper), breakfast cereals, and a few other things that are not available at home. Heidi also does some grocery shopping and we also get two bottles of wine with the intention of drinking one tonight. As we are still unsure about supper, Heidi gets inspired and purchases a roasted chicken, a loaf of freshly baked bread and both potato and macaroni salad for our dining ...
... Hyde Park (definitely Payton and Siena's favorite), and the list goes on but I will end it with the reoccurring event of hanging poolside at Krane Creek for hours on end. Lola (2.5 years old) taught all of us involved how to properly go off the diving board.
Thanks again Kirsten and Jeremy for teeing it up for us. The kids had a blast and Summer and myself really enjoyed watching the 5 of them play together and bond. ...
... it. His little game added some awkward giggles to the thick atmosphere, and we were off to the airport. On my flight to Chicago a man tried to take my assigned window seat spot...not happenin. He then proceeded to put his "bejeweled" game on full blast, so the entire flight I dreamt about beeping bombs only to wake up every 20 minutes and realize the bombs in my dreamswere him scoring points. Now, I'm in ...