Hampton Inn & Suites Boise Downtown
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... either: they had collars.
Another evening we barely caught site of something floating in the river reaching up to grab some branches. We figured it must have been an otter, but it was too dark to really tell.
The day we arrived we found a dog friendly restaurant close by the RV park so we sat out the back and grabbed a burger and some drinks while the dogs roamed around. We were the only ones there, but soon a few other people arrived. A ...
... a lively backpacker scene, amazing colors, textures, and flavors; everyone we know that has been there tells us about the incredible flood to the senses that this region pours on you upon arrival. All these reasons, and also some we are yet to discover, are reasons why this is our next stop.
We started throwing around the idea of going to Thailand, and traveling in general, shortly after we met in 2011. At the time the conversations ...
... 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 ...
... questions me. “Yes, it is OK. It’s not Heidi coffee, but it is OK.” She seems to be fine with that response.
We sit drinking coffee and doing the computer thing which has become our habit. We comment back and forth on something we see on Facebook or in our email. I click the TV on and tune into a court program. The banter on the television is quite funny when I catch an exchange or two, but I am not really watching the show; ...
... reach Helena around 1:00 p.m. and we have added an hour to our ETA in Boise. Heidi is in disbelief that we still have over 700 kms. to cover. By 2:15 we have gotten through the highway construction near Butte. We see a sign announcing a Rest Stop in one mile and the next 94 miles further. We decide that this would be a good place to pull off and have our “Dine on Swine” picnic. We gather our sandwiches, some chips and some Starbucks ...