Yellowstone Motel

2460 South Yellowstone, Idaho Falls, Idaho, 83402, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 2460 South Yellowstone, Idaho Falls.
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Travel Blogs from Idaho Falls

Idaho Falls, ID - Just a Resting Stop

A travel blog entry by lineka on Jun 23, 2014

2 comments, 5 photos

... of this trip in McCall, ID.

Wyoming - They have terrible placement of their points-of-interest signs. You come up on a little brown sign that indicates a viewing area or lookout ahead and before you know it you have past it. I missed a lot of great opportunities to take some photos, especially with Tony driving. ;)

Heading to Idaho Falls, Idaho

A travel blog entry by dolestrada on Jul 12, 2013

7 photos

... a bit of green in the hills and grassland. The campground is nice. The sites are quite large so you have much more room. We are not to far from the center of town and the Snake River. We will probably go explore these areas tomorrow. We went to the jacuzzi around 8 pm, there we met a young couple from Canada. We had a great conversation for about 2 hours. They are on the last leg of their ...

So hot here - let's go to Idaho!

A travel blog entry by srhodes on Jul 23, 2012

82 photos

... you from?". They can tell we are from places far away by our accent. Some people can't seem to understand us and ask us to repeat ourselves. Sometimes I feel like I am speaking a foreign language.

We finally make it to Salt Lake City. I have always wanted to see the lake, so we follow the map and find it. The lake has a large beach area, but we only see birds there and no people. We get out to take a few pictures ...

Falls, the moon, sub in the desert, & a happy dog

A travel blog entry by mswanderings on Sep 17, 2011

19 photos

... lab not far from Arco. The USS Hawkbill fast-attack submarine, also known as the Devil Ship due to its number of 666, was a nuclear propulsion sub. Since nuclear propulsion for submarines started near Arco, when the Hawkbill was decommissioned in 2000 the citizens of Arco asked for the "tall sail" from the sub. It took some help from a Congressman (yes, every now and then they do something good!) and many volunteers ...

To Salt Lake City and Beyond

A travel blog entry by donnawild on Jul 21, 2010

3 photos

... and there was lightning in the sky. We talked the ticket office into giving us a refund since the kids had only got one ride in. Shortly after 5 we were back in the van and heading back down the ski hill. I decided to stop for gas before we got back on the highway. Good thing I did as I discovered they hadn't given me my credit card back when I was getting my refund at the top of the ski hill. We turned ...

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