TownePlace Suites By Marriott Boise
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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We crossed the border from Oregon to Idaho on our way to Boise. We plugged in Boise's 'famous' Basque quarter into our Sat Nav with directions to a Spanish tapas bar, Guernika. The Basque quarter was little more than a museum and a couple of tapas restaurants that were more American in flavour. That said, we had a pretty decent lunch. Boise’s no.1 attraction according to Tripadvisor is the River Greenbelt, a 20 mile stretch of on the banks of the Boise River. We found a ...
... door much later than either of us would have thought. We are also packing up our electronic toys so that we are not leaving temptation for the cleaning staff. As we get dressed I ask Heidi what she would think of going out for a nice dinner tonight. She is quite agreeable and since the last two nights consisted of sub sandwiches one night and a burger the next, a nice dinner out is certainly called for. By 11:30 we are completely ready to go and we get ...
... with the Bordners and to say the least it was action packed. We did an assortment of activities that ranged from an intense tennis match, almost pulling a hammy water skiing in the Lucky Peak Reservoir, manny/peddies for the 5 girls, Floating the Boise river for the 4 boys and Cody the Determined Duck Hunting Dog, cruzzin in the caddy, chilling on the patio by the creek, 2 v 2 full field soccer match that was packed ...
... summer but that was really 7 months ago!! I am so excited to visit everyone and even more excited I have a friend to roam around with while the kids are still in school! I am so excited to see what the next three months will bring!
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... most friendly people. Brian and Kim, who gave us a ride when we needed it, and invited us to try their pizza in Portland. Dominic and Nicole, the Aussies who we spent three days in Tulum with and whom we still stay in contact with. Tupae, the owner of a no name bar who served us ice cold beer and helped us with our Spanish. Gabriel, the proprietor of Xbulu-Ha hotel who guided us during our time on Isla Mujeres. It was the people that made the last half of our trip unique and ...