Shilo Inn Suites - Idaho Falls
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... it returns to light skies. I think it has to do with the Rockies disrupting the air currents; I will do some studying.
Topping our agenda will be heading back east to visit the Grand Tetons, Craters of the Moon, Soda Springs, Spencer Opal Mines to go opal mining (yes) and of course a couple of scenic drives. We’ll see how many we actually do on the list, and how many we just run across. Outside the RV I hear the drops of rain beginning again, ...
... grand farmland, passed the American Falls Dam and then turned north on I15N and made our way to Idaho Falls for a stop. We had booked rooms at the Sleep Inn this morning as with all the holiday makers and National Park visitors the accommodations are mostly booked out. As usual the Sleep Inn was ultra comfy and after unloading our stuff we drove off into town and did a spot of shopping before having dinner. The lost hour made it a late night, and all the driving must ...
... Nez Perce Indian tribe in 1877 during their attempt to flee the U.S. Cavalry. The 1,170 mile (1,883 km) trail traverses through portions of the U.S. states of Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana and connects 38 separate sites across these four states that commemorate significant events which occurred to the Nez Perce during their attempt to escape capture ...
... a beautiful setting. In the evening we went to the pool and jacuzzi. Again we got to talking to a couple who are from southern Idaho. The man is from Idaho, his wife is from New Zealand. We had a nice conversation then we all headed back to our rigs and got ready to end the day. Tomorrow we are headed for Island Park, Idaho, close to the West entrance to ...
... We remembered snowmobiling in Idaho and thought we would go back there for the day. Big mistake as we were on Hwy roads—not snowmobile trails like we were the last time we were here, so we were not in the area we wanted to be in. We should have went into Yellowstone Park today and the next day and then we would have been able to visit Jackson Hole WY on the third day of our stay. I guess we will have to come back out here in a couple of ...