La Quinta Inn & Suites Boise Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... is (in the small bucket), where the napkins are (that would be the roll of paper towel) and what to do with the shells and used napkins (into the large bucket which is IN the table).We order, on recommendation, the lobster fries (fries smothered in a tasty sauce with beans and corn and lobster) as our free appetizer. We also order the Joe’s Classic Steampot for two which consists of crab, shrimp, smoked sausage, red skin potatoes and ...
... to be in Boise at the same time as the Western Idaho State Fair. We haven't been to a state fair in years and neither had Ben and Lisa. Collectively we decided that this was the time to renew our acquaintance with fair food, baked goods exhibits and farm animals. Ben started us off with a Bloomin' Onion and there was no stopping from then on. We had Finger Steak (deep fried steak pieces which seem to be a local thing since we had never seen nor heard of them before), ...
... of the time taking advantage of the park and the surrounding area. We stayed at the Hi Valley RV Park. It was a nice park with a small playground, pool, and a good area for the dogs to play. We found a nearby playground at the Stephen C. Guerber Park that the kids loved and were excited to find a splash pad there too. We spent one night checking out downtown, it wasn’t the night of the concert series, but we had fun seeing the Boise River, the Anne Frank ...
... as big as a small potato and pretty dang delicious. We picked up a bag of rejects and a couple other chocolate treats.
To walk off all the samples that we ate we drove to the Morrison Knudsen Nature Center to walk around the short trails and admire the wildlife. We walked by some ponds and saw large fish. There was a viewing place for otters but we did not see any. My favorite animal that we saw were some geese. There was one adorable pair (geese mate ...
... fear I am under the Arapaho curse. A curse peculiar to Boise natives not for the least of which is that the Arapaho tribe didn't live anywhere near here. Irregardless, since I never retrieved some black sand from a beach along the Boise river I am doomed to return here time and again. So no matter how far I go I always end up back in Boise. Trust me Ive tried many times.
Maybe this trip will be ...