Hyatt Place Boise/Towne Square
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After a good nights sleep in Jackpot, we got up and had a relaxing morning at the hotel and spent some time in the spa.
Hit the road and drove across the border into Idaho. I always pictured Idaho to be a mountain-es place, which it is, but not in the southern portion of the state. In fact, it was high desert and ...
... to the overlook and take some pictures and fro there Kate Charlie and I decide to carry on to the Round House restaurant (open in ski season only) and then back down the mountain in a loop. It's a pretty hike that criss crosses the ski runs and goes in and out thru the woods. At one point we can smell animals, I was hoping it wasn't going to be a bear, but we were lucky we didn't see or hear anything we could only smell them. The trails are pretty well signposted and ...
... wasn't very difficult, even with the blowing wind and stinging sleet. We got to the top and were treated with nice views of the city and snowy mountains behind. I also saw a marmot jump across the rocks. At one point it looked like a huge snow storm was coming toward us, but it stayed in the taller hills and missed us. Our hike down took us past a sandstone quarry and a row of cliffs that had huge boulders at the base. I climbed up and down as many boulders as ...
... around a bend in the cave, I began opening and closing my eyes in absolute darkness, laughing at the fact that I kept expecting some light to show once my eyes adjusted. I remember thinking about the angler fish and how if there was a little egg-shaped light bouncing around off in the distance, I would totally give in.
To give you an idea of how cold it is under your feet: just 20 yards into these caves, icicles hung from the ceiling ...
September 15-19, 2012
The drive to Boise State University to visit Jim's children was eventful. We drove 50 miles in the wrong direction to come upon Bode, CA, a ghost town like no other. We always say "make the most of it"," turn lemons into lemonade", and other relevant cliches! It was fun to move back in time about 100 yrs. and walk the streets of this former prosperous gold mining town. Since we have no agenda or time table we are able ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHyatt Place Boise/Towne Square
It's okay. It's on the older side; no waste basket in the bathroom???? What's up with that. Sorry, could be better.
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