Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Twin Falls
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After camping for 7 days in a row – this little Hilton Garden Inn in Twin Falls, Idaho seemed like heaven! Just so you know for your future travels, Hilton's now offer beds that you can change the firmness yourself – on either side of the bed! Very exciting for us, we slept well! After a long, hot shower the next morning (in our own private bathroom not shared by any other campers!) we traveled to what ...
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Time to venture on, so we wander further down the river area and then turn and head towards our hotel, we are running out of options.... When we spot and oasis in the desert! Lol! Pun intended! Looks like the right spot to end the night... so we venture in........ ya, I will leave it at that, as the night just got hotter and hotter!
Day 3 down... cars and casinos tomorrow... Over and ...
... of Oregon. It is pretty desolate. The landscape is mostly high desert. There was very little to see after the Cascades left my view from my side view mirror. (I couldn't see them from my rear view, because the car is full! ) I did enjoy realizing that we were on the part of the path of the Oregon Trail. The rest of the family didn't seem to care, but I spent a lot of time thinking about ...
... about 52 miles. It was hot, and we were ready for a rest. Lea had gotten us a room in Twin Falls, so she picked us up and we drove the last 15 miles to the motel. It's great - includes dinner & breakfast, has a pool and wi-fi, and only costs $65 for the 4 of us! We took a dip in the chilly pool, then lazed in lounge chairs, reading and dozing. Nice and relaxing. Now dinner is ready!
... a flat prairie. We got to Carey and turned up toward Craters of the Moon National Park. The tourist centre gave Hannah a pin to place in Sydney as places people had come from. We then drove around the park. It was amazing to see the lava flow (now basalt), extinct volcano cones and spatter cones. But it was windy. Kids got the opportunity to play with more snow while Bob and I enjoyed the geology and ...