Sleep Inn Boise Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Pets allowed
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Finally in Boise. Had to fill up the tank again. Chevron this time, if you're curious. To be honest, I'm surprised. I have not seen a single potato farm since I crossed the border yesterday. Not one. Decided to visit the Boise River Greenbelt. Sure was pretty. More to come over the next couple of days.
"For once you have tasted flight, you will walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been and there you long to return."--da Vinci
... enjoy our day.
We lock up again and get into the car. I program GyPSy for Kohl’s and we head out. GyPSy is a wonderful navigator and I interpret her directions for Heidi. It takes us roughly 15 minutes to find the Kohl’s. We park the car and turn off the engine. Heidi starts it up immediately. “I just want to be sure it will start,” she says. We make our way into the store. Keurig coffee makers are on sale this week, so ...
... clapping along and swaying with all the old and some new tunes. There seemed to be 3 of the original members of the band as well. We finished the night back at the food area with a ice cream potato. No it has no potato in it, but is ice cream shaped like a baked potato, rolled in cocoa powder then split open like a baker and filled with whip cream that is to represent sour cream and then Oreo cookies that look a lot like bacon in this setting. Oh yes they add a bit of ...
... 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 ...
... in Ecuador) it still isn't a fortune.
Thankfully, I know how to make poor look good and know how to pinch a pretty penny, an ugly one too. Hell round trip tickets From Boise to Honduras for under $600. It still takes an effort not to be blinded by how cheap things seem. There is always a trade off; A cheap flight means more and longer layovers (more on that in another post) a dorm bed in a ...