BEST WESTERN PLUS Driftwood Inn
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
Photos of BEST WESTERN PLUS Driftwood Inn
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PLUS Driftwood Inn Idaho Falls
Not the cheapest Best Western ever, but great location right along the falls. Large room, very comfortable.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews BEST WESTERN PLUS Driftwood Inn Idaho Falls
Travel Blogs from Idaho Falls
It took some doing, but we found the Idaho Falls zoo this morning. The zoo is completely enclosed in Tautphaus Park, and neither GPS nor city signs was particularly helpful in getting us all the way there. Once there, however, we spent a pleasant two hours during which time we managed to see everything they have. The only animals we missed were the …
... insignificance by the scale. For a while my breath and strength allowed me to take a hammer and just start smacking a hole down, down, down until I came nearly waist deep; Kendall kept up top and found a nice smaller sized opal. I found a solid one around the size of a shooting marble, which was rough-hewn but uninterrupted by assorted rocks clinging to it like barnacles. All in, we took four opals and several others stones such as obsidian and quartz back with us. It was a fun time, ...
... lots of potatoes in Idaho, if you didn’t know that already! We passed miles of potato fields, alternating occasionally with fields of hay. Sometimes a farm had an old potato shed – a long building with sod built up around the walls and over the roof so it looked like an odd-shaped hill with a door in the end. I hate to say it, but that was the most exciting thing we saw. As I said, the land was pretty and pastoral, ...
... of years ago, from Yellowstone no doubt.
We finally connected with Meg Lowell Sommers by phone, of course it was all about the limited cell service and Meg working the park when it opened. We caught up and I promised to give her more warning next time.
Beautiful night tonight. We did even need the rain fly, not a cloud in the sky. We will be seeing stars ...
... the roads deserted, only seeing about 10 cars, the rest were trucks. We stopped a few times to stretch our legs and arrived safety at our hotel in Idaho Falls. We checked in at the Candlewood suites which we have stayed at before because it is really nice. An early night again tonight then about a 9 hour drive again tomorrow....next stop ...