Hilton Garden Inn Twin Falls
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Great hotel. Relatively new. Great location to canyon and twin falls.
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... there will be plenty later on. The sun is up, but it's a bit of a cloudy day, still it's 90F and for part of the run, I have the top up and the AC on.
We stop for some lunch and a couple of gas fill ups, but that is it. We gain and hour and with Harrah's programed into the GPS we find the hotel with no issues. RENO!!! we made it!
We get the cars parked, get checked in and get set for a night on the town! This is ...
... 1 60; biggest college, Boise State University 60; 60; Soda Springs boasts the largest man-made geyser in the world. Current population: 1.5 million Total square miles: 86,530 ...
... the 400 foot deep volcanic gorge was only possible by rowboat. In 1919 a two lane high suspension bridge was completed. Originally named for a local pioneer merchant, John Hansen the Hansen Bridge at more than 900 feet long was wide enough to accommodate two lanes of farm wagons or early cars. Today, a trail follows along the canyon rim providing commanding views of Idaho's best know ...
... way in, we passed through Jackson Hole, WY. Another adorable western town. Our drive into Idaho was yet again breathtaking...surrounded by the Titan Mt range. We ended our trek today in Twin Falls, ID. We stopped at the snake river canyon- which felt very "Oregon Trail-esq." The canyon was pretty sweet and scary as all heck- we climbed under the fence to take our pic, I think I overcame my fear of heights. ...
... to almost to a stop where there had been an accident in the west bound lanes… 3 life flight helicopters, 4 ambulances, 4-5 police cars and fire trucks… In this whole mess we didn’t see one smashed car.. no real idea of what happened…
Along the way we came across one of the valleys where the Snake River has cut its path over the centuries… as ...