Hampton Inn Idaho Falls At The Mall
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Let's fly way up to the clouds / Away from the maddening crowds / We can sing in the glow of a star that I know / Where lovers enjoy peace of mind / Let us leave the confusion and all disillusion behind / Just like a bird of a feather, a rainbow together we’ll find …
- Dean Martin, Volare
... Lol seems to be a regular thing at least once on our trips! No big deal, we know where we are going so we can meet up at the other end.
Not much to say about the rest of the drive.... traffic gets better and I pass some familiar spots. .. before long I see the sign for the Idaho Potato museum... hmm mm? Wonder if it's open the is time? Lol long story.. and yes in a previous blog... one of these days ...
... and Restaurant and had a really good quiche. It was very crowded downtown and very busy, but was able to navigate to a parking space and do a little walking around after breakfast.
The scenery from Pinedale to Jackson was beautiful as usual, but from then on was typical Idaho prairie and farm land. The weather has been ...
... LDS Temple. We also have not visited any fast food restaurants yet, but one might be in our future. We drove by the Idaho Falls on the Snake River and they seem to have a lot of water, but maybe that is only because it was raining quite hard today. Tomorrow, we will head into Montana, but do not plan to go to Yellowstone National Park or the Tetons. We have been to both parks quite a few times, so they are not on ...
... These drives are part of our relationship's history and has always made us closer. We solve problems together, we grunt together, we see new, wonderful things. We have secret favorite places thousands of miles from home. And today we woke up in one of them for the second morning in a row: Mammoth Campground. We woke up to clear weather. I must admit I slept miserably. The drizzling rain abd winds and my imagination and babbling foreign languages from other campers kept me ...