Hampton Inn Boise - Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... on the other side – all within a half a mile!). Needless to say Lara always comes up trumps when she’s researched food options – the chicken curry was excellent – Cameron loved it as well (which was bitter sweet for me – as I kept a close eye on his diminishing portion). We had been told that Salt Lake City is a bit boring. That’s a fairly harsh but accurate description. It’s not got the architectural splendour of Chicago, it’s not got ...
... spot and ended up at the bottom of the hill, damaging another vehicle. Had we parked in that first spot, Heidi’s car would have been hit! Cosmic intervention, or what? This little diversion allowed our server to be able to take our order. Unlike Heidi, I am trying something different – Eggs in a Basket: an egg fried inside each half of a cheese bun (they punch out the middle to make the space for the egg), along with hasbrowns cooked with ...
... problem was that I didn’t have an address and I was driving. The second problem was that shortly after we departed, following no one, we were heading in the wrong direction. Once that was resolved, problem 1 still existed, finding the correct location. Our instructions were to meet at mile marker 47. Unfortunately at that precise location there is nothing but a mile marker. The third problem was that there was ...
Happy Mother's Day! Even though we hit 3 states today the truth is we woke up with great ambitions to make it to Provo Utah, but reality hit and we made a pit stop in Boise. It made Owen and Siena's day because there cousins gave us the go ahead to set up camp. We rolled in just in time for a cruz and dinner. Who needs an itinerary when you have family in ...
... endanger species breeding program. Most impressively we saw three California Condors (The biggest bird of prey in North America). There are currently only around 400 of these birds left in the world which was even closer to extinction 30 years ago when there was a mere 22. All 22 birds at that time were captured and put into a breeding program and now this center holds the most captive in the world (All of their young will be released into the wild i should ...