Hilton Garden Inn Idaho Falls
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... it home, and he reminded me we were less than an hour’s drive away if I wanted to come get it. So after dinner, Gayle and I decided to drive back to “Poky” (as the locals call it) and get the jewelry. Plus I could use their computer for a few minutes and check on my fantasy baseball team! So I got my earrings and necklace, got to cuddle with my grandson, and take care of my baseball team - a worthwhile trip on all ...
... Temple is very close to the River. We stopped to see if they had a visitor section, they did. We stopped to take a few pictures, looked like there were worshipers outside that were waiting for an event, so I didn't want to bother them. We probably rode for two hours around the river, but we were stopping quite a bit to take pictures and enjoy the scenery. It ...
... br> seen loads of races as there was a big car show that only happens for ten days
a year. Shame, but we had to get up to Yellowstone. So after a quick walk round
we hopped back in the mazzy and hit the road again! We made it up to Idaho Falls
that night where we staying in our first Motel 6, nice and cheap as well as
... barked at it. That dog must have had a sore throat last night. A clever ranch sign caught our eye; see photo below.
At the little town of Shoshone, you can continue north to Sun Valley or go east on the Peaks to Craters Scenic Byway. We took the byway, miles and miles of wide open spaces. As we saw yesterday, today we encountered many more "game crossing" signs. Even though part of our drive was in the ...
... of our van and rearranged all our luggage and stuff so that Vanessa could lay down in the back and sleep. Stopping was not an option as our hotels have all been prebooked. She finally fell asleep and we were able to travel in peace.
The view through Nevada continued to be nondescript with sand and rocks as far as the eye could see. We felt very sorry for the people who lived in the few trailers ...