Shilo Inn & Suites - Boise Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Reasonable rate, comfy bed, adequate breakfast. Area is not in the best part of town but it is a close driving distance to the downtown area. Hotel was very quiet despite being next to a highway.
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Today we explored Yellowstone Park a little more before making our way to Boise. After a very cold and not so comfy night in the Jeep we decided to take a camping break and get a hotel so we would be well rested for the 7.5 hours of travel to Oregon tomorrow. Unexpectedly, one of my Theta sorority sisters, Sara, contacted me and told me she was in …
... UT next. Gonna stay with my cousin, Danny. See y'all later.
Oh, almost forgot. Nothing for repairs, $50 for lodging, and $50 for food. Spent another $30 packing the ice chest with the norm: jerky, water, some licorice (couldn't resist: 5 lbs for $5!), and a Monster to help get me going, even though caffeine and ginseng do absolutely nothing to me.
Now I bid you good night.
"A journey is a person in itself: no two are alike." John Steinbeck
... drags on and we continue to wait. At some point the cleaning lady comes by and asks if she can clean the room so I get out of her way and let her to her job. Still waiting, Heidi comes in just as I tune the television to Criminal Minds. A girl needs her Shemar Moore fix where ever and whenever she can get it. Heidi comes in and watches for a bit then goes back outside. This is the longest 45 minutes in history; even Heidi comments that a watched pot ...
... ice cream cone flavored piņa colada with Heath pieces and Raspberry cheesecake, Oreo milkshakes, garlic fries, and a fried pickle. Ted was given a stern lecture about the fried pickle when picking it up. " Don't eat it right away because it is 350 degrees inside, be careful because it may fall off the stick and if held upright on its stick it may leak hot liquid on your hands and burn you." He asked if there was a training course he had to go to before consuming it.
... of the moon. It was one of the nights of the full, honey colored moon so when I finished working I sat outside on a lawn chair staring up at how incredible it looked. There were a lot of choppy clouds out too so it made for a really cool show watching the moon continuously disappear behind a cloud and then pop out again a few seconds later. Sitting out there that night has been one of my favorite moments from this trip and one I hope to hold onto as a great memory.