Shilo Inn Suites - Nampa Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... pleased. We take the purchases to the car and then we go looking for the Victoria Secret. We find it easily enough and go in. Heidi starts looking. There is nothing here for me so I go out to find a bench and take advantage of the free WiFi in the mall. When Heidi comes out we head out to the car.
“I cannot believe I spent so much in Kohl’s,” I tell Heidi. “I still really need to get pants though.” “Then ...
... 1.5 hours. There were some ok looking hikes you could do but since it was nearly already 90 degrees out in full sun and Chris informed me he needed the little boys room we got back on the road to find the all American bathroom beacon (McDonald's) We did see some cool rock formations & scenery though so that was good.
I ordered a McCafe dulce de leche which was quite delicious and I am pretty sure used up all my ...
"Take it easy. Take it easy. Don't let the sound of your own wheels drive you crazy." (The Eagles)
I couldn't believe it when Dennis opened the door to take Jetson outside first thing in the morning and the bright sun shone into the room. Was it really time to get up? I was still so tired from yesterday’s long ride, that I almost didn’t feel very well. We hadn’t scheduled a rest day in our ride, and had discussed taking ...
Today we drove to McCall from Eagle along a winding road next to a rapidly flowing Payette River. The rapids ranged from a class one to a class five. We ate lunch at the Shore Lodge restaurant at Payette Lake. We rode the chair lift to the summit of Brundage Mountain. It was a very scary ride, which is one of the many ...
... history of Boise, Idaho begins with the story of the French Canadian fur trappers in the early 1800’s and their ecstatic cry when (reputedly) they came over the mountains and saw the lush green valley down below. Perhaps their joy can be explained by the notion in their head that fresh water lay ahead, or shelter, (or maybe it signaled the possibility of animals with fur that they could trap). What they thought ...