Hampton Inn & Suites Boise-Meridian
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... commenting on the wonderful breakfast we had. Heidi referred to eating bacon as “Dining on Swine” and we almost split our guts open in a gale of laughter We also discuss when we want to have lunch as it is now noon. “I am stuffed,” Heidi says. “So am I,” I respond. “How about in a couple of hours; Maybe 2:00 or 2:30.” It is a great idea and our next “Dine on Swine” event is scheduled.
... and they have showers, WiFi, and a small store.
Today's end of day miles were 567.9, which is way more then I intended but I had to get out of Eastern Oregon. Don't mean to offend eastern Oregonians, but people please water something!
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Pic 1 -State Park: Welcome to the state of Oregon where even stopping at a small state park means you pay! Was gonna stop at Multnomah Falls but ...
Well, the best way to beat the heat is to stay wet. This campground is not our favourite so far, as we feel a bit like sardines and there are no trees to shade us from the 100 degree sun, but we leave tomorrow for Craters of the Moon. We understand the ...
... outside and do their cooking there. We could do that, but it's more lugging, set up, and lugging to put away later. Then there's seating. Tonight, I'd really like to just sit in a comfortable chair and read. Except there is no comfortable chair. There's the bench at the dining table, and there's the bed. So I'm typing and whining, instead. I'm typing this on my IPad (thank you, Steve!) and not online, because the wf-fi here is so bad. That's another of tonight's rants. Most ...
... so we headed to what Boise is famous for, the great outdoors and one of the McCann parks for lunch. We drove into the Ann Morrison Park, found a nice shady spot by the river and parked up. We then wandered to the huge fountain that all the kids (young and old) were playing in and had a refreshing paddle. It's hot here! Then we got our deck chairs out and relaxed reading a book and watched the geese getting excited. Around ...