Hilton Garden Inn Boise Spectrum
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... br> The fire works were starting about 10, but we decided to stay home to see what we could see. Man are we glad we did. In the neighborhood 3 different neighbors blasted a ton of top notch fireworks. It seemed to go on forever. We went to bed at 11 and they were still popping off.
We were in bed at 11 and ready to get going in the morning.
Well, we made it home, safe and sound!
Ireland was a major highlight for us. It will be a repeat trip again and again. Trip highlights for us were the Blarney Castle, Cliffs of Moher, and learning what a "driver's pint" is. While chatting with an older couple in a pub one night, the local woman was handed a beer that had been half-filled with water, then filled the rest with beer. That, she said, is what the designated driver drinks when they go to the pubs. So, uh...I ...
... blind. They must be very trusting. Eventually Heidi tells me that she is going to find someone to get some information from. She disappears around a corner and in a few minutes she reappears with someone that appears to be a server. He is telling her that the trolley stops across the parking lot and that the driver takes payment; Joe’s Crab Shack has no part in it at all. I then hear Heidi apologizing and the person telling her it was OK, ...
... is seen for miles and miles around.
Heidi keeps her cruise control adjusted to the speed limit, but this does not stop others from passing us as if we are standing still. Towns/villages are much sparser along this road too. For the endless minutes/hours we seem to spend on the road we do not seem to be getting any closer to Boise either. At one point the motor home in front of us suddenly stops…my first GEZZUS moment!, and we have to creatively ...
Monday, August 18
We got up and saw that our spot had indeed been a good choice even though we couldn't see a thing when choosing it the night before. We had parked in a bramble of blackberry bushes with fat ripe berries everywhere. We picked a few and drove a short distance along the foggy 101 highway to Tillamook OR to the famous cheese factory. We went on a fascinating self guided tour before heading to the reason we stopped in the first place....free samples. So ...