SpringHill Suites by Marriott Rexburg
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-Hotel Breakfast - love the pancake machine!
-Back into the park.
-Elk herd just as entering the first meadow. Mom nailed it that the change in temperature would mean more animals!
-Our favorite lone wolf buffalo was posing in the middle of the meadow for some stupid foreigners that were way too close.
-Alex and mom got out to snap …
-Stopped for dinner in Pocatello at Texas Roadhouse. Technically Chubbuck, not Pocatello.
-Arrived late enough at the Springhill Suites that we couldn't use the pool, but we did get to see the beautiful Rexburg temple lit up.
-Rexburg has grown a LOT in the last decade.
After leaving the park we again had to backtrack to the interstate and drove on westward to Bozeman. This was an up-to-date town with new construction appeal.
Turning south now to get to Jackson, we traveled the state highways for 215 miles. We passed through Big Sky, West Yellowstone, Targhee National Forest, and Ashton, Idaho (check State ...
... of a temperature, but there was no noise in his lungs, so that was good. She advised us what to do and wrote a script for some cough syrup (had codine in it so a script was needed). As it was Saturday, the pharmacy in West Yellowstone was closed, so we would have to wait until we got to Rexburg.
We left West Yellowstone at 11.45am with me driving and headed to Rexburg, Idaho. It took me just under 2 hours and we found a pharmacy and had ...
... up in the morning, drove though Southern Oregon and arrived in Ontario, Idaho. We were super glad to have made it through Southern Oregon, as there was absolutely nothing but mile after mile, after mile of scrub brush. A breakdown between Fall River and Ontario, Idaho would have been an adventure, for sure! After a couple of days spent recuperating in Ontario, we were off to Idaho Falls, Idaho and two of our greatest National Parks, Grand Teton and Yosemite. ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSpringHill Suites by Marriott Rexburg
The Springhill Suites chain is great for families. I only have one real beef with the chain, and that relates to what I view as a design flaw in the rooms. The suites are obviously geared towards families, but the doors to the shower and toilet rooms (they are separate, which is great) are frosted glass, so if you turn on a light in the middle of the night, the whole suite lights up. Not a problem for a solo business traveler, but annoying when there are other people in the room that might be woken up.
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