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We are close to the last leg of our trip before arriving in Willow Creek. Today was the first morning of the entire trip that we had foggy, drizzle rain for our drive. The highway to Idaho was quite foggy and eery but cleared up; by afternoon it was in the high 70s. It is a boring State to drive through compared to the other …
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 ...
... Arabia as well as in the US. There was an interesting display of falconry equipment. It included a Saudi tent recreating a hunt setting as well as information about falcon veterinary science and Saudi breeding of birds to be used as prey for their falcons.
Note: Falconry is the sport of hunting prey with birds of prey. The birds are trained to catch the prey and then hover over it until the human hunter comes to retrieve the ...
... birds, particularly waterfowl, in their natural habitats. In subsequent Internet research we found Boise to be one of Money Magazine’s Best 25 Small Cities to Retire. Surprisingly, we believe this city to be near perfect.
Floating the river was the highlight of our couple days in Boise. Sunshine, blue sky, and mild temperature is a perfect combination.We found a great ...
... Moore, president of the water company, took a bold step; he installed hot water heating in his home, a new brick mansion at the corner of Warm Springs Avenue and Walnut Street. His was the first house in America to be heated in this way.
An electric street car ran from downtown to the new Natatorium and Warm Springs Avenue was the scene of more building than any other part of the city. Houses, and businesses, with geothermal heat. ...
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It's okay. It's on the older side; no waste basket in the bathroom???? What's up with that. Sorry, could be better.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.