TownePlace Suites By Marriott Boise
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Yes! May 31! The day I have bagged Lucas into. One more Eagles concert before they really retire (or Joe dies). We didn't have to leave Heyburn till one, so I got to relax! Before he and the others went to Walmart, Lucas got my lounge chair out for the first time this trip. I sat and tanned on Heyburn's hottest day so far (said Earl). I played some Eagles of course. As we passed through Twin Fallls, I noticed a guy walking into a bridge with ...
... comes in and comments that I have already showered and then goes about doing the same. “Hey,” calls Heidi, “do you want to just grab toast and coffee in the breakfast room before we go out?” I look at the clock. It is 9:40 and neither of us is dressed yet. “We’ll never make it. They close breakfast at 10:00.” I tell her. “Well what time is it anyway?” she asks me. “A quarter to 10,” is ...
We were up at 7am and out of the motel and on the road by 7:30. We stopped in La Grande for breakfast at a Denny. Continuing on we arrived in Boise around 12:30pm and went straight to Chuck and Lindy's apartment. We visited till about 4pm then went to the motel. Moved our stuff in and freshened up, relaxed a bit then went back to Chuck and Lindy's for dinner. Lindy fixed; ...
... whilst Kate has to study. That evening Kate booked tickets for me, Charlie and her friend Sian to the local Shakespeare outdoor Theatre to see as you like it. It's an outdoor theatre that you can take along a picnic and wine whilst enjoying the show. It's only a small place and we have the cheap seats on the grassy area at the back, but this doesn't really matter as the theatre is so small anyway. The show was As you Like It and was actually quite good for an amateur ...
... and tried to stay warm. She looked a little miserable and hungry so we headed back down and ate our sandwiches in the car.
At the bottom of the trail was our other stop, The Old Idaho State Penitentiary. The penitentiary was opened in 1872 and remained open until 1973. It has a long history of housing the area's worst criminals, along with several riots and many escape attempts. The first building we saw was called Siberia. It was the place where prisoners went ...