Hampton Inn & Suites Nampa at the Idaho Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Nampa
... seems to be a lot of sagebrush or something similar with an occasional crop field in the mix. Along with its narrowness there is also a lot of driving in the mountains, around them. One of the most interesting places along this route is known as Craters of the Moon Natural preserve. It looks like the area has been damage by a devastating fire and while this may be part of some of the story, what this area really is the site of ancient volcanos. ...
... a picture for the Harley ABC's program. It was not a fun or safe place to stop right on the bridge, but some things you just have to do. We get off the freeway at Baker, OR and take Hwy 7 to the Austin House near Austin, OR for lunch. After the high desert of Idaho, it was nice to get into the forest around Austin.
We turned northwest and headed to The Dalles. ...
... So we decided to call it a day. Besides, Dave’s bike had been making some funny noises and he wanted to have it checked out before we left the more populated Boise-Nampa-Caldwell area. We went to Nampa, and drove right to the bike shop on the way to a hotel that we never did find. It was 2 minutes to 3:00, and he closed at 3, but stayed open to check out the spokes on the bike, and tighten things up. God just takes care of things like that. ...
... cleavage that would make Dolly Parton jealous and he ate SO much. At McDonald’s he got a huge meal and then about 20 minutes later he got 20 burritos and proceeded to eat them all one after the other like he was eating peanuts. Finally, there was this lady who reminded me of the scene in Willy Wonka when the girl turns into a blue berry; she wasn’t blue but she did remind me of a giant berry, as short as she was round. ...
... of the Jesuit religious order; annually on the last weekend in July; music, sports, dances, a picnic.
· The Sheepherder's Ball has been held since 1929, annually in December.
· Jaialdi, an International festival, is held in Boise every five years, next in 2015, performers and athletes come from Basque Country and all over the US.
· The North American Basque ...