La Quinta Inn & Suites Boise Towne Square
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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I'm warming up for my trip with (typical) lots of planning, but also a good book. I'll Never Be French by one Mark Greenside is set in Brittany, a rare departure from the predictable English and American forays into Paris and Provence. It starts out in 1991, just two years before I first lived in Normandy, so the french franc is still alive and no one is doing anything on a smart phone.
Here's one of my favorite passages so far:
"We get ...
... blind. They must be very trusting. Eventually Heidi tells me that she is going to find someone to get some information from. She disappears around a corner and in a few minutes she reappears with someone that appears to be a server. He is telling her that the trolley stops across the parking lot and that the driver takes payment; Joe’s Crab Shack has no part in it at all. I then hear Heidi apologizing and the person telling her it was OK, ...
... 45/gallon. That's more like it. Speed limit in Idaho is 80 mph; in Utah it's 75 mph; and in Wyoming, it's mostly 75 mph. Lots of highway repair work going on. Today we had rain. A fair amount in Idaho and quite a downpour for a while in Wyoming. After that the weather was beautiful. More beautiful scenery. All four western states we have driven through have such beautiful ...
... also known as the "North Wing," contained two-man cells. A "honey bucket" was placed in each cell to serve as a toilet. Inmates burned the building in the 1973 riot.
Cell House 3 (1899) was built the same as Cell House 2. It was eventually condemned for habitation, but in 1921 was converted into a shoe factory. In 1928, this building was remodeled for inmate occupancy and became the first cell house with indoor plumbing.
... headed down to Idaho River Sports, about a 10 min drive away. Here there is a lake which locals, swim, paddle board & kayak in. Kate rented a paddle board & I rented a kayak (about 25 usd per hr and then 5 usd per half hour thereafter) it was a lovely couple of hours enjoying the sunshine and paddling around the lake. I tried to stand on Kate's paddle board, but er no.... I didn't have enough balance so got back in my kayak. After a couple of hours on the lake ...