Shilo Inn & Suites - Boise Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
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TravelPod Member ReviewsShilo Inn & Suites - Boise Airport
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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... was able to get at least one good picture. When we got back to the parking lot, we met another couple on a Harley, towing a trailer from Grafton, Massachusetts. They had been on the road since May 22, and had a few more weeks left before they had to return home. They were very nice.
The next hike was actually a climb up a huge pile of volcanic ash. It must have been several hundred feet high, and we climbed basically straight up. It ...
... we sit into the car. “So what next?” I ask. Within just a few minutes we decide to seek out a Walmart since it is too late to head back to the Penitentiary. As we drive back along the road we came up on, we remember that we had seen a Costco so we decide that a spontaneous visit to an American Costco might be quite interesting so we begin watching for it. Though it is a very large store there is nothing overly exciting to see, except that ...
...Moving on, now back on an Interstate, to Boise and a short but wonderful visit with my cousin Pam (Verbeck) Gallagher and her husband Bill. Bill makes guitars in his converted garage and they are beautiful. He has almost finished one (see pictures) and another is in process. Had a wonderful dinner and chance to catch up on family things.
Have left the woods behind for a while, the drive was across open and relatively flat land- mostly farming (a lot of potatoes). ...
... be purchased as I recall for 25K, 30K and 38K miles of flying. Little did we know the 38,000 Mile rule didn't apply to the frequent flyer version. It is nearly impossible to fly around the world and travel 38K miles or less so we picked our destinations with care, skipping one desired destination, Ecuador. The other pesky rule is you can’t book a flight sooner than 331 days in advance which is 11 months. Our planned trip was for six months so we couldn’t ...
... east then North up towards to Sawtooth Mountains. We drive Harry to the dog sitters first to drop him off and then make out way along the I 84, a bit of a boring highway, nothing to look at drive, we then turn off at Mountain Home along US 20 for a couple of hours, thru some small little towns until we get to more mountainous terrain. We drive thru a small place called Hailey (well known for where Brice Willis and Demi Moore lived) and then into Ketchum. Ketchum is ...