La Quinta Inn Caldwell
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... Just not us. It is too darn hot and there are few trees in the foothills.
Another series of connected trails is called the Boise River Greenbelt. This is one of the most popular parks meandering along the tree lined Boise River for 25 miles. We choose to hike a portion of this called the Bethine Church River Trail. This is a 1.8 mile (one way) segment of the Greenbelt. We chose this section because it does not allow bicycles and it is ...
... says. “I agree,” is my response. I reprogram GyPSy and we leave the parking lot following her instructions. We totally forget that it is the end of the work day, it is Friday and it is the start of a long weekend. Traffic is pretty slow. GyPSy is also working really hard and her instructions in certain parts of Boise consist of things like 'stay in the left lane and then turn right’ or ‘stay in the right lane then turn at the ...
... that the Boise State Broncos play the Huskies on Saturday in Seattle and the number of RVs we saw heading north on ID-55 as we were coming south, I'm surprsed there was anyone left in Boise when we arrived. Guess someone has to stay and mind the store.
After our tour of Hell's Canyon we returned to Oxbow perilously low on fuel. Not remembering having seen any on our way in, we ...
... State University. Floating on the Boise River in this Treasure Valley city is the thing to do in the summer, and that was top on our agenda.
Boise is a wonderful small city and the capital of Idaho. It has a thriving cultural scene, and an airport, major medical facilities, mall, and outlet shopping are available. Traffic is minimal. Year-round weather is moderate because of ...
... 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 ...