Fairfield Inn Boise
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- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Breakfast Available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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We checked in at our hotel in Salt Lake City and headed straight back in the car to go to a Vietnamese restaurant (Oh Mei) that was 6 miles away. It was the last thing I felt like doing, particularly as we had to run the gauntlet against fast moving and merging interstate traffic (even with a Sat Nav, exiting on one side and having to move across four lanes and then a further four lanes of merging traffic ...
... fresh fruit and sausages. She may very well have listed off a few more things but they don’t register. "Oh, and I also brought you a banana, if you want," she tells me. “What time is it?” I ask. “It is 7:10,” I am told. I sit up in bed and take a sip from the take-out coffee cup that is on the night stand in front of me. “So, how is it?” Heidi asks. “It’s OK,” I answer. “Just ...
... commenting on the wonderful breakfast we had. Heidi referred to eating bacon as “Dining on Swine” and we almost split our guts open in a gale of laughter We also discuss when we want to have lunch as it is now noon. “I am stuffed,” Heidi says. “So am I,” I respond. “How about in a couple of hours; Maybe 2:00 or 2:30.” It is a great idea and our next “Dine on Swine” event is scheduled.