Residence Inn Boise
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... Falls tomorrow. When the car is parked we discover that our keycard has become deprogrammed and we cannot get into the room so I make a walk to the front desk to get it reprogrammed. When we are finally in, it doesn’t take long until we start changing out of our clothes into comfy things and then a short time later we open a bottle of wine. Now to relax a bit and make it an early night because Great Falls is eight to nine hour drive. Two more sleeps and we will be ...
... adventurer, then you don't need much more than a day here. There is a lot more to do in nature, but just not inside the city. I was really intrigued by how big and cheap a lot of the houses are here. I also thought it was interested that a lot of Boise was used in the Oregon Trail. They have markers along select parts of the suburbs where the Oregon Trail used to be. I had no clue it used to be here.
... the road again, we headed out of Wyoming and into Southern Idaho. The scenery got pretty boring so the drive became a long one. We did plan to stop and camp at Thousand Springs State Park, but we got quite lost finding it (turns out its not one thing- it's about 6 different places). So we eventually found Mallard Gorge which was one part. It ...
A quiet day today. We grocery shopped in the morning. Jim went fishing in the Boise River with a guide. He did dry fly fishing and wet fly fishing. A few fish were caught and released to swim again. Barbara crashed at the trailer. It was a nice day to rest.
... We've been excited for six months. It’s beyond that. We’re ready to leave and get this show on the road (literally).
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