Holiday Inn Express Boise Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... get over 150 degrees in the summer. We could begin to feel the heat, and it was only noon by the time we had finished.
We went back to the Visitors Center and met a group of Goldwing riders from British Columbia in the parking lot. They were very friendly had had lots of tips of where to go if we made it over to Vancouver Island. Once we went back inside the Visitors Center, we realized that we had missed the movie. As it was just ...
... to Joe’s Crab Shack. We arrive, well ahead of time. The sign on the door says that it does not open until 11:00 a.m. but the door is ajar (I know, it’s a door, not a jar! HAHAHAHA). We walk around the parking lot looking for a rendezvous point for the trolley but there is nothing visible. “I am going to go in and ask,” Heidi offers. I follow behind and we walk into the building. Joe’s Crab Shack is a seafood restaurant ...
... to brag, lol!) with an intensive engineering curriculum, Michael enjoys doing projects around the house. He offered to install rain gutters this time, so we purchased all of the necessary supplies before we left.
We left Boise yesterday and are now in beautiful Bend, Oregon after traveling all day through scenic high desert country along route 20. We were amazed at all of the massive volcanic cinder cones in the area ...
... the interstate – the speed is slower but the road more interesting and it is a shorter distance. Either way, we would still have 4 hours of driving ahead of us.
Idaho Highway 22 is an odd road. For starters it changes from narrow to crazy narrow frequently. This is also not a direct route, or so it seems. We were turning either left or right every few kilometers. The landscape is extremely unpredictable and it seems as if ************e lives here. ...
... that honked at us and eventually accepted that we were there to watch them and we were not leaving nor were we a threat. It was nice to sit on the bench in the sun and watch the geese waddle. On our way out of the park we ran across a deer munching on something behind a main building. We started to follow him until he started to wander toward the parking lot and then we left him alone because we didn't want him to get near the cars.
Back at John's aunt house ...