Super 8 Rexburg
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Travel Blogs from Rexburg
... with cheese and jalapenos which was exceptional and also had a lacal brew. It was hot and dry outside where we sat and ate while enjoying this human oasis in the desert of Bone, ID.
After this fun lunch, we traveled on gravel roads for another 30 miles to Grays Lake Refuge passing numerous ranches. We passed through the dry hills and entered a lush valley having reached Grays lake. The lake area had been settled by ranchers who use ...
... bad night as his cold had progressed to being a horrid cough that kept him awake all night. We checked out and then went to the medical centre to see the doctor. Next available appointment was 11am, so we went to have breakfast and then sat and watch the 10am car cruise down the main street, which was shut off by the police. I would say that there were over 700 cars.
The doctor took all of Darryl's vitals and all were good, except he had ...
... other than the precipice
-Found a stag elk hanging out in a meadow on the way out of the park
-Stopped a couple of the stores in West Yellowstone that Alex and mom had missed the day before. McDonald's in West Yellowstone does NOT serve Hot Chocolate!
-Bland (in comparison to Yellowstone I guess) drive down from the Park to Rexburg, ID
-Dinner at Mill Hollow for sandwiches
-More pool time at the hotel
... of 35. We arrived into idahol falls late afternoon and after a little getting lost to find our hotel, and stumbling across a lovely statue in the middle of a roundabout (pictured below with the eagles), we finally arrived and checked in. We went out to a local microbrewery for dinner, good food but a rather forgetful waitress. (I think the phrase a couple of sandwiches short of a picnic was used..). My hips had been becoming more and more painful ...
... to see due to the ****** quality of my video.)
If we had more time I would have liked to drive up to the northern side of the park and check out the canyon. We read that we might catch more glimpses of big animals there. As it were we saw some elk grazing in a field and that was about it for big game. For being summer the crowds weren’t that bad. I was able to park at any of ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking