La Quinta Inn Caldwell
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... lunch we have a wander around the town, it's full of pretty outdoorsy and mountain bike shops. We eventually check into out place at 4pm - it is huge, a 3 bed &3 bathroom splits level condo overlooking the stream - gorgeous! I have a little nap whilst Kate goes out for a run. That evening we go out into Ketchum to meet Charlie's dad and stepmom and sister for dinner at Charlie's Dads' favourite restaurant - The Pioneer, it's a busy steak house, but I opt for a ...
... an hour and then crossed the border into Idaho, the last state on mainland USA to check off the list and stopped in a small town called Caldwell, 26 miles from the state capital Boise. We eventually found the Chamber of Commerce and the 2 lovely ladies pointed us in the right direction for a campsite, supermarket and gave us a state map. Now armed with the necessary info, we got some shopping and then checked into a campsite run by a nice Dutch lady. Once settled in ...
... she was invited to enter a design for the Great Seal in this new state. Competing against artists from all over the country, she won, unanimously.
The First Legislature awarded an honorarium of $100, which was presented to her by Governor Norman Willey on March 5, 1891; the Seal was formally adopted on March 14. Emma’s original painting hangs in the capitol today; exquisite details showing the mindset of ...
... was a smart choice to watch the game at the union because it was hot outside, about mid-90s, so it was nice to finish watching the game in a nice air conditioned facility and drink some oreo milkshakes from the dining area. The game was a nice one to watch as the home team won, which was apparently expected, so everyone in blue and orange left the stadium in a good mood.
For the evening, we slowed down the pace again by the girls making dinner and we ...
... on the roads there were triple combo freight wagons (ie one lorry towing 2 large trailers - so much freight to deliver.
The land changed as we ate up the miles – forested mountains giving way to endless plains, then to scrub land - ‘wild west’ territory, then more rolling hills. It is amazingly unpopulated with only sporadic habitation – needing huge irrigation systems (and a whole lot of water) ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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