Holiday Inn Express Boise Downtown
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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... the house of Brigham Young, the second president of the Latter Day Saints or LDS as most things seemed to be branded). The guided tour was conducted by two young ladies (in their mid 20s): Sister Howard (from Sydney) and Sister Wog (from Oklahoma) who were doing their 18 months' missionary work in the LDS spiritual home. Before we started the tour they asked if we knew anything about their religion – we wanted to say ‘we’ve seen the musical!’ but thought ...
... there was a couple who were walking by me and said they had a spare in their car.
... we sit into the car. “So what next?” I ask. Within just a few minutes we decide to seek out a Walmart since it is too late to head back to the Penitentiary. As we drive back along the road we came up on, we remember that we had seen a Costco so we decide that a spontaneous visit to an American Costco might be quite interesting so we begin watching for it. Though it is a very large store there is nothing overly exciting to see, except that ...
... return the keys.
Finally, after a mad dash chasing Pete and getting his attention to pull over, we were able to get him turned back. In the flurry of maneuvers to get his attention, Doug’s car and mine had completely lost the trail of where the raft launch train of cars was headed. To be honest, at this point it seemed that our fate would be to scrub the mission and return home. Just as I was about to throw ...
... when you are twenty something and adorable, you can bat your eyes and make 2 hours and $65 go away! (I kinda remember that...)
So, much relieved, we got underway, and headed for the Salt Lake Tabernacle. Now, neither Casey nor I had any real burning desire to see this, but we are in Salt Lake City, and how could we not go and see it for ourselves? Our first impression was that--the whole thing is behind a wall! A pretty high ...