Hampton Inn Idaho Falls/Airport

Address: 645 Lindsay Blvd, Idaho Falls, Idaho, 83402, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 645 Lindsay Blvd, Idaho Falls.
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    Travel Blogs from Idaho Falls

    From golf to moonscape to waterfalls

    A travel blog entry by rikelman on Jul 10, 2015

    5 comments, 11 photos

    In Twin Falls, Idaho we played golf in a most unusual setting-- the course was in a canyon below the town along the Snake River. Waterfalls cascading from the rock sides. Gorgeous! Herb said the course was OK but the setting was A+. Then off to Craters of the Moon National Monument. Felt like we were in another planet. Very interesting area. Next Idaho Falls, Idaho. Fabulous enormous waterfalls right in ...

    First Night in the Trailer

    A travel blog entry by jvenard on Jul 11, 2014

    3 comments

    ... park. We opted out of hotel and stayed in the trailer. Nothing fancy about the RV park, but for 35 bucks, it was great. Had power and water, but no sewer, Dump Time!!

    Went and got a few more groceries as we will be in Yellowstone for the next 3 nights.

    Barb can't wait to see the bears in the park!!

    Not sure if there is any internet at Yellowstone, so it may be a few days before there are any new posts.

    Stay Tooned .
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    Home of Famous Potatoes

    A travel blog entry by hawkinsw on Oct 22, 2013

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... so famous. I like my potatoes to be super celebrities, they go better with catsup that way. Did I ever tell you I actually went to French Fry school at the Potato Institute. The strange life of Aggies, don't you just love it.

    Anyway, we headed out of Jackson, where we did not mess around, over the Teton Pass and dropped down that long 10% grade into Victor. We stopped ...

    Day 35 - Yellowstone

    A travel blog entry by sarrdh on Aug 20, 2013

    32 photos

    ... for comfort! No cages or fences here. Madison campground is about an hour from Old Faithful. The ranger warns us that a bear was at the campground just last night! We make camp, eat a quick sandwich and head to the 9:00 pm Ranger talk on F.J. Hynes, Yellowstone's first photographer. Now it's late. We settle in for the night with a dixie cup of Yellowstone's Howling Pear wine for Sara and a sip of Yellowstone Bourbon whiskey for Mark. Hopefully we will not have any visitors this ...

    Day 10: Teton Pass

    A travel blog entry by splencner on Jul 07, 2013

    ... Mississippi at St. Louis, and flows out into Atlantic waters south of New Orleans. At the south end the lake drains into the Lewis River, which empties unto the Snake River, which flows into the Columbia and then into the Pacific west of Portland. No other lake does this. The lakeshore is wooded with pines. The pines are full of hidden wildlife and springs and geysers. At West Thumb, the geyser basin us very active and changes often. Hot steam fills the cool air and the ...