Westcoast Park Center

424 E Park Center, Boise, Idaho, 83706, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Boise

It's Crunch Time!!

A travel blog entry by sarah.n.ziegler


... Monday, I purposefully scheduled a massage to relax after this oober stressful weekend and then I fly out on Tuesday morning!! I was so adamant that I was going to be pro-active and get all my packing done well in advance. That is no such case. Of course I would wait till the absolute last couple days to pack up almost everything I own!! AAAAhhhhh : /

So, I have to share. I got harped on so many times by countless people for what I'm about ...

Waking up on the Moon

A travel blog entry by woollyman


... It was hazy. The wildfire's plumes had floated down from sun valley and turned everything yellow. At a gravel turnoff 5 miles west of the Monument, I pulled off and jumped on Pink Performance toward the monument (It costs half if you are a bicyclist). Some would say this is cheap and possibly cheating. I would tell them to get out of their climate-controlled petrol pod and pedal. The nice thing was...that the only vehicles that take this road are ...

Day 8- SLC Utah to Boise ID

A travel blog entry by girloutofdixie


7:50 pm local time: Rachel and i made it to Boise Idaho today.  Pretty boring drive.  Idaho is pretty flat.  I didn't stop at any gun stores because there were none. There is a Cabelas here in Boise, but they don't have anything that I wanted.  I didn't even get to swim in Salt Lake.  Apparently people usually don't swim in it because it's kinda ...

A Taste of Sunday

A travel blog entry by burtonll


... cold air from the vines, and to create early afternoon shade that would protect the grapes from too much damaging sun. Alfalfa had been planted there; they knew the soil was good. They wanted to combine French rootstocks with this fertile Idaho soil; in 2003 they planted Vitis Vinifera; its lineage goes back to the Cotes du Rhone wine region in southern France. In all, they planted 9,000 plants on ...

The Wood! The Wood!

A travel blog entry by burtonll


... 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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