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Travel Blogs from Boise
... because it appeared to be all flat and deserty. We quickly learned that the city of Boise has a great vibe and is a place we could probably be happy living in. They have a very clean city with great bars and restaurants everywhere you look. We checked out the Bittercreek Ale House. Awesome food and drink and a much enjoyed catch-up with Sara ...
... As for the rest of my stay, we'll see where I end up...there are a couple hostels, as well as, rooms to rent. I will probably end up in one of those options...we'll see. Also, that same amazing friend (Trevor) ended up hooking me up with a rental car for about $250-300 less than what any normal tourist would pay to have a car for a month on Kauai. Can you say AWESOME!!! Again...such great people on Kauai :):)
There you have it....next stop...KAUAI :):)
... for the next week. I ordered a small but the lady charged me for a medium (I did however win a free medium fries off the McD's monopoly game so I forgive her upselling me)
After ingesting my 3000 kcal shake I was not hungry for lunch yet so we powered on. We decided to stop in Vale, OR one of the last few towns before the border. We stood outside a saloon that advertised BBQ for a while contemplating if we wanted ...
... too, about the place is the constant buffeting of the high winds on the bridge. That is one heck of a thing to fight, with a parachute or a steam powered skycycle, or even just facial moisturizer.
After cancelling the effects of a week of constant Chapstick application in just a few minutes, we piled back into the car and headed for Boise in earnest, having calculated that we would now just make it in time!
... around the globe with major operations in the US, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand and China; products are marketed in more than 40 countries worldwide. It is one of the largest privately held agribusiness companies in the nation, continuing to pioneer innovations in plant nutrition and food processing.
J R Simplot retired in 1973, but stayed on as Chairman, and then Chairman ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center