Motel 6 Boise - Airport
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I wish they would call these properties their Hotel 6 part of their chain. We prefer the Motel 6's. It was OK but not one of the better properties.
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... was stop and go for 100 KMs. We made it another 100 KMs as darkness set in where we found a funky RV camp close to the town of Mangaweka. The electricity didn’t work but we didn’t mind. We shared the place with one other camper.
December 6, 2014
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... 8220;Oh. I didn’t think it was so late.” We spend the next while getting ready to go and collecting the electronics we do not want to leave here in the room when we go out. By 10:15 we are out the door, sitting in the car.
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... fake. Everything looked like a surreal picture in some perfect outdoor world calender. John and I could definitely live out here and not get bored.
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