Mr. Sandman Inn & Suites
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Meridian
... the interstate – the speed is slower but the road more interesting and it is a shorter distance. Either way, we would still have 4 hours of driving ahead of us.
Idaho Highway 22 is an odd road. For starters it changes from narrow to crazy narrow frequently. This is also not a direct route, or so it seems. We were turning either left or right every few kilometers. The landscape is extremely unpredictable and it seems as if ************e lives here. ...
... more spacious and full of mature trees so we sure hope that is true!
We spent 5 fun hours at the waterpark, but no pictures to show. Now the girls are watching a movie in the air conditioned game room. Too hot to cook, I think we will go out to eat ...
... campgrounds have a lot of nerve claiming that they provide free Wi-Fi. Sometimes, like tonight, you can't even connect. Other times it's painfully slow and drops out just when you think you're going to accomplish something. We've had a good internet connection at only one campground in the three weeks we've been traveling. Ok, two paragraphs of, whining should be enough to give some of you a chuckle and put the rest to sleep, so I'll move on to the interesting parts of the day. ...
... 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 ...
... in Meridian I highly recommend this place. Everything is authentic from Italy and it was delicious....
We roamed the small town of Meridian and Bill took a few photos. The history goes way back to the 1800's. A farming, dairy Community, one of the waitresses said she was partial to Meridian since she had lived here all of her life. As we walked the streets Bill took shots of yet another beautiful mural, he likes them I think?