Holiday Inn Express Boise Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Breakfast. There isn't a way not to wear protective suit on Mars, believe me, I tried finding something in my signature all-black attire. These silver suits have to protect us from the temperature of the planet, which is typically -45 F during the day and down to -190 F at night. Even Northface can't gear us up for that extreme cold! We also have to protect ourselves from the extreme pressure of the atmosphere - our ...
... 8217;s a must if you’re there in the summer. The girls stayed overnight in a doggie boarding facility because you can’t take dogs in the rental kayaks and we didn’t want to leave them in the camper in the heat. It also freed us up to check out parts of the city that didn’t have dog friendly facilities. We went down to Barber Park to rent our kayak and paddles for the float. The line was so massive, we almost turned back rather than wait ...
... were thinking about our next adventure. For whatever reason, we both knew that Thailand and SE Asia was the next stop. We actually had planned on traveling to SE Asia in Nov. 2014, but after getting married and moving from Fort Collins, CO to Boise, ID, we both knew that delaying our trip by 6 months would give us more time to be prepared.
Thus we are finally ready to go. Our plan is simple; we arrive on 4/22/15, and leave on ...
... INEL) - one of the USA's de facto repositories for nuclear waste.
We checked in at our hotel in Salt Lake City and headed straight back in the car to go to a Vietnamese restaurant (Oh Mei) that was 6 miles away. It was the last thing I felt like doing, particularly as we had to run the gauntlet against fast moving and merging interstate traffic (even with a Sat Nav, exiting on one side and having to move across four lanes and then a further four lanes of merging traffic ...
... the spot where the two ranches meet.
The road winds its way through the picturesque mountains. The curves are tight and the grades are steep. We slow down around the curves and watch for the animals that the sighs keep telling us may just jump out onto the road, although judging by the terrain it is not a very likely scenario. When there is nothing to talk about we make up our own stories about some silly thing or other. Today’s highlight ...