Hampton Inn Boise - Airport
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... also known as the "North Wing," contained two-man cells. A "honey bucket" was placed in each cell to serve as a toilet. Inmates burned the building in the 1973 riot.
Cell House 3 (1899) was built the same as Cell House 2. It was eventually condemned for habitation, but in 1921 was converted into a shoe factory. In 1928, this building was remodeled for inmate occupancy and became the first cell house with indoor plumbing.
... about what my path was going to look like. While I was out and about, not stressing about the future, I received a phone call from my mom's hubby, Mitch. I had just received my California license in the mail right then!!! I was beyond ecstatic...I didn't have to go to a lonely, tumble weed blowing across the highway, state. I called my one recruiter who is based out of Cali and I think she was literally just as happy or happier than I was when I told her :):) ...
... and stocking up on certain supplies. Than most likely we will go to the Bay islands for a week from there most likely hitch a boat to Livingston Guatemala. After that **** if I know.
I will constantly be talking to other Backpackers and locals and picking out the next best thing. Then Aaron and I will decide what to do. Ah.. I can here you thinking Aaron that's the other person I wasn't quite sure ...
... after their Scout GPS app took them to someones house that was suppose to have been a pizza place.
They are not sure if they will stop tonight or just try to finish the trip late, late tonight. Pray for safety and traveling mercies on this last leg of the journey. I have heard there is a lookout for Nana in Wyoming, something about a watering restriction violation. They have traveled over 2,000 miles and have less than 500 miles to go to get to their new home. YEAH!!!!!!! ...
... in about 2 miles in to the first cave named Boy Scout Cave. When I saw what we had to go into I said no way! Let's not and say we did! First of all, you are on your own...no guides or Park Rangers. You need to climb down this mountain of lava rock and then squeeze into a cave until it opens up. There was no way I was doing that. If Rich got stuck how would I get him out! LOL
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How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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