Ramada Pocatello

Address: 133 West Burnside, Pocatello, Idaho, 83202, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 133 West Burnside, Pocatello, is near Old Town, Museum of Natural History, Fort Hall Replica, and Standrod Mansion.
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    Travel Blogs from Pocatello

    Getting up close and personal with Marybell

    A travel blog entry by alicia-jake on Jun 02, 2015

    5 photos

    ... fixing the airbags - I cannot explain how rough the ride was - everytime we hit a bump **** fell everywhere....needless to say it was a necessity. We camped that night at Batise springs RV park - it was beautiful and empty - the nice old gentleman that ran it even let us keep the dogs off leash.....it was so gorgeous....we spent the evening sitting out and enjoying all the joys and bumps of traveling on the road :) Tommorrow ...

    Snaking our way across Idaho

    A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Jul 31, 2014

    103 photos

    ... had a unique decor and friendly staff and quick service! What more can one want?

    They are located on Yellowstone Ave in Chubbuck, ID, right on the the city limits next to Pocotello in the Mall District. Both I-15 and I-86 are just a couple of blocks away.
    Thank you God for blessing our trip with amazing scenery today and giving us a great meal with a waitress who was very friendly. Bless her for the good service and conversation ...

    Lolo Pass

    A travel blog entry by bobkat68 on Jul 31, 2014

    6 photos

    Went thirty miles SW of Missoula to Lolo Pass which is on Continental Divide on the Idaho and Montana border in the Bitterroot Range. Lewis and Clark struggled to get thru this pass in September 1805 due to early and very heavy snow. When they made it they were in prairie of Idaho and went onto Columbia River basin and the Pacific. They came back thru the pass in June 1806 ...

    Massacre Rocks

    A travel blog entry by clendenens on Jun 13, 2014

    6 photos

    ... bluest sky I've ever seen (we noticed the same thing in Boise). I don't know if it's clean air or elevation or what, but it's a richer blue than other places I've been. It really sets off the landscape and makes it beautiful.

    We spent some time hiking the trails checking out the wildlife. Molly was a little hesitant to go walking alone since there were rattlesnake warnings posted, and as soon as ...

    Day 43 - Trilobites

    A travel blog entry by wanvigdot on Sep 28, 2013

    4 comments, 17 photos

    ... time. We even saw wild horses, one of the galloping wild: beautiful.

    U- Dig Fossil is a private property with naturally formed mounts of shale mineral. For a fee, they give you a pic hammer and a bucket and you can spend the time you need looking for trilobite fossils. It is not just a place for kids, no. We saw one guy who had his own digging equipment, a couple of families and also a nice old man who said ...