Sleep Inn & Suites
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Sleep Inn & Suites Idaho Falls
Travel Blogs from Idaho Falls
... it would be better to go down through Arco (site of the worlds first Nuclear Reactor) and into Idaho Falls.
Again we followed the Salmon river for most of the day. There are campgrounds along the way that are free and right on the river. The roads were winding and there is very little shoulder to pull over on. And at some points there were no railings which required full attention to making sure the road warrior stayed on the road.
... the park's wildlife comes out to greet us. A fox crosses a meadow and a resting bison, commonly called buffalo, is patient enough to let us take a picture. We are clearly closer than our 75 foot safety zone but can't resist. Next we stumble on a family of elk, or possibly moose, the female grazes by the stream while a second adult is off in the brush. Two little ears are seen off in the distance and we realize a baby is hiding in the grass! Sara could watch this scene ...
... s questions enthusiastically. He was so proud to get his second junior ranger patch. We also got an ice cream sundae and watched as the clouds began building again over the mountains. Next we drove past the bison herds in the high Hayden Valley and into the woods that surround bubbling Yellowstone Lake. The lake is in a volcanic caldera and is a geographical freak since it flows into two oceans. At the north end it fills Yellowstone River which flows into the Missouri, which ...
Just a short drive today, about 4 hours, made it to Idaho Falls! Staying at the Snake River campground. We ventured down to the river walk along the snake river, very pretty spot, the drive here was pretty , the landscape changed a little bit as we passed into Idaho, beautiful lush green farm fields, and not as mountainous as Utah. Tomorrow we are venturing to Craters of the Moon, lava ...
... Cones, Cinder Cones, Lava Tubes, and different types of formations. There were also caves, but we chose not to go into them. We headed back to the hotel in Idaho Falls. As we were coming through Arco, there was a side of a mountain with all different dates on them. It looks like every graduating class writes there year on the side of the mountain. It was really ...