SpringHill Suites by Marriott--Boise
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I live in Boise, Idaho. It's where I go to college. This is where I will be doing all of my European research.
Every time I think about my upcoming trip, I get a little bit more excited.
Every night, I gaze at the extra large world map, thinking, 'Soon, I will be on the other side of the map'.
I started this blog to narrate not only my trip, but my planning.
It all has to ...
This is merely a re-intro in my bloggy mc blog.....I have lots of stateside intros to make since my return in October.........Hard to believe I had 750 or more regular followers before I blew everything off,,, Guess I just list my way, my motivation,my sense of self for a while.....My only intention here,,, other than to show you some pics,,, post on ...
... out in the garden were there are two basement atriams surrounded by flowers. From there we walked into downtown, past City Hall and then started back towards our parking spot as we only had 2 hrs parking. We then drove down Boise Depot to have a look at the old train station and the old loco, Big Mike. The station is now a restaurant but it has a lovely view of downtown from the gardens. To be honest downtown Boise was a bit of ...
... 101 years, the Old Pen received over 13,000 inmates; 222 of them were women; ages ranged from 10 to 82.
The design of the prison reflects important changes in attitudes. Reform of the penal system was a goal of religious thinkers after the American Revolution. Quakers believed that prisons should be penitentiaries, places of penance. The “Pennsylvania” system placed emphasis on isolation, confinement, and attendance at religious ...
... to the valley, and most likely the tree that prompted that happy cry so long ago. Alders are native too, but in recent times city planners have been handpicking trees for the benefits they provide, such as cleaner air, in a valley prone to temperature inversions that trap pollutants in. There are (approximately) 23,262 publicly managed street trees in Boise; maple, locust, ash, sycamore, pear, sweetgum, and crabapple. ...
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