Hampton Inn & Suites Boise Downtown
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... INEL) - one of the USA's de facto repositories for nuclear waste.
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 ...
... the owner of a pickup truck that was parked in the handicapped stall here?” There is no response so she asks again and then adds, “Your truck has rolled and hit another car.” There is a sudden flurry of people looking out the windows, including both Heidi and myself. Heidi’s car is fine but it turns out that the pickup in question was parked in the handicapped spot directly behind that first stall that Heidi bypassed, rolled ...
... loads, hauling 18 people to the meeting point.
They say that most catastrophes aren’t caused by one giant failure or mistake, but a series of smaller mistakes that lead to the catastrophe. There was no catastrophe, but getting our group to the launch was more like an episode from the Pink Panther or Keystone Cops that miraculously work out some how.
So our little catastrophe began like this: ...
... for the Amish back roads, trade NYC for the Hamptons, trade Boston for Cape Cod.
I am quite content and comfortable in the passenger seat. Sorry Honey.
5 hours a day driving..more than enough.
Massechussetts has a lot of Dunkin Donuts
Honey is a beast driving that big ole' coach
We kinda love life on the road..the bug has bit!
Thank you Honey for keeping us safe all 9,250 miles.
I love you tons!
... fairly sparse however we were surprised by the number of cyclists.
Boise is the state capital of Idaho and is a small modern city, with all the features of Americana ie busy Interstates, shopping plazas, fast food etc, and the landscape around boise is more like Arizona which is a complete contrast from the snow covered mountains further north. It is also much warmer - when we drove out for dinner the temp was 96F.