La Quinta Inn & Suites Meridian / Boise West
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Meridian
... reach Helena around 1:00 p.m. and we have added an hour to our ETA in Boise. Heidi is in disbelief that we still have over 700 kms. to cover. By 2:15 we have gotten through the highway construction near Butte. We see a sign announcing a Rest Stop in one mile and the next 94 miles further. We decide that this would be a good place to pull off and have our “Dine on Swine” picnic. We gather our sandwiches, some chips and some Starbucks ...
... like a zoo to get there.
Pic 2 - A Nice Trail: Cool little trail near Mosier, OR. Wish I could post more pics of Oregon but the most beautiful scenery is from the motorcycle. Riding along the Columbia river for long distance. Even saw some bicycles riding on the shoulder.
Pic 3 - Out of a Magazine: Wishing I had a Go Pro strapped to my helmet. Maybe next year!
Pic 4 - The Dalles, OR: Still just outside Mosier. If you ever ...
... more spacious and full of mature trees so we sure hope that is true!
We spent 5 fun hours at the waterpark, but no pictures to show. Now the girls are watching a movie in the air conditioned game room. Too hot to cook, I think we will go out to eat ...
... campgrounds have a lot of nerve claiming that they provide free Wi-Fi. Sometimes, like tonight, you can't even connect. Other times it's painfully slow and drops out just when you think you're going to accomplish something. We've had a good internet connection at only one campground in the three weeks we've been traveling. Ok, two paragraphs of, whining should be enough to give some of you a chuckle and put the rest to sleep, so I'll move on to the interesting parts of the day. ...
... Cat got stung on the palm by something), we packed up and headed out of the city and got on the freeway back towards Oregan. We passed a sign on the way that read that it was 96 degrees and for the next few hours roasted in our mobile greenhouse without air con. Around 5pm we started climbing back through the mountains and it started to cool down a bit and as interstate highways go, I-84 wasn't too bad. When we got as far as La ...