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Hi to our friends and others who may be interested in following our travel blog to Europe, fall 2013.
We fly to Germany on September 17 and are currently developing an itinerary that will take us from Munich's Oktoberfest to the ice caves near Werfen, Austria (south of Salzburg), over to Innsbruck then south to Trento and Madonna di Campiglio, Italy for the start of a "Via ...
A quiet day today. We grocery shopped in the morning. Jim went fishing in the Boise River with a guide. He did dry fly fishing and wet fly fishing. A few fish were caught and released to swim again. Barbara crashed at the trailer. It was a nice day to rest.
... finished for the morning. I couldn't actually get to the field though because they are in the process of constructing more seats -- these will seal off the two end zones, which were previously open. Construction began last week. So much for finding Smurf Turf! ...
... in 1973 after more than a hundred years of housing the “bad guys” and a few “bad women” too. Now a part of Idaho history, the Idaho Historical Society has it open to the public; it is a designated National Historic Site. A family bought their tickets just ahead of me; the parents and two girls, a teen and what looked to be a ten-year-old, a pretty little blond. The first exhibit room had costumes and a camera stand; put on the ...
... was never modified. The Fronton Association owns it now and hopes to start teaching younger children the traditional Basque games of handball and “pala,” a sport played with a heavy wooden racket and a hard rubber ball.
The block winds up with Gernika, a Basque pub and eatery on the corner at 202 S Capitol. It also is a gathering point; as are the restaurants across the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet