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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... US border. The Going-to-the-Sun Road through Glacier NP was spectacular, and another occasion when it paid off to have a small van (19ft), since maximum length to travel the road was 21 feet. Weather had been horrible the day before but fortunately skies were clear the day we did it, although it was very cold at the summit (6640 ft). Another great experience. There have been so many....
... passed Pendleton. We have travelled 228 miles; another 340 miles to go. From Pendleton, we start to snake through the mountains in the Umatilla Reservation. We can once again see lots of green vegetation and lots of trees. The view from up here is amazing. We could look down on the flat plains that we just traveled through. The view is amazing. It was quite cold when we left Portland this morning. It was down to about 12 deg in the early morning but it's now it ...
... into a man that was meticulously folding up a parachute that was spread out the length of a very long hallway. Vernon, a heavily tattooed man from Texas, explained that he jumps off the Perrine Bridge which is 486 feet above the Snake River. He comes to Idaho for his 2 week vacation and jumps as many times as the wind allows. But this morning he was afraid that he ...
... to cook them, cut up in foil on the fire, but was able to cook them on the grill) They actually were pretty good. And we were able to fulfill her objective for her visit to Idaho.
This is my second visit to Twin Falls. 20 years ago, I flew out of Twin Falls after spending Christmas with my college boyfriend's family in Rupert. That seems like a lifetime ago.
... way in, we passed through Jackson Hole, WY. Another adorable western town. Our drive into Idaho was yet again breathtaking...surrounded by the Titan Mt range. We ended our trek today in Twin Falls, ID. We stopped at the snake river canyon- which felt very "Oregon Trail-esq." The canyon was pretty sweet and scary as all heck- we climbed under the fence to take our pic, I think I overcame my fear of heights. ...