Red Lion Hotel Lewiston
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... available either way. And the winner is..... Lewiston. A new road to us always has an advantage.
What a good choice it proved to be. However, a word of caution if you consider taking this route one day - the mileage is deceiving in terms of determining how long it will take to travel the road for a couple reasons. First, it is a two-lane highway, winding much of the way, but, more than that, is the beauty of the drive with ...
... crossing was north of Rexburg in Lemhi – that is the reason I was in Rexburg in the first place (closest town with a hotel). The actual pass at Lemhi is located about 12 miles east of the main road. It’s accessible from a gravel road that gets narrower and narrower as you get closer to the pass. I tried to get to the pass, but came a few miles short (it was slow going, and I had a lot of ...
... as kind of a hobby and it just kept growing and growing. It now includes their house (er, mansion), rooms they rent out as the B&B, a huge wedding chapel (seating up to 100), and beautiful grounds. In many ways it does look like a fairytale castle. She showed us around the outside and then the rooms inside -- including the "Bridal Suite" a gorgeous almost-apartment including a small kitchen, huge bathroom, a loft, living area, and, of course, the ...
... 8212;Hall of Mirrors—a single lamp is reflected in a mosaic of thousands of mirror tiles, lighting the entire room.En-route to the Amber Fort, stop and see the Hawa Mahal (Palace of Winds). Its beehive-like structure is an interplay of red and pink sand stone, painstakingly outlined with white borders ...
... of us can remember what they are called, but in the "olden days" they were referred to as "peddle pushers". Some of you more mature folks may remember such.
For dinner, we had French dip sandwiches and salad. After we dined, we took a stroll around the camp for a bit and admired the beauty of the place. Many of the sites are reserved for the weekend and beyond, so I'd guess that the place really rocks as summer progresses.
Tomorrow, we'll ...