Super 8 Boise
Travel Blogs from Boise
... big rig and something hauling apples (from the apples all over the road) deja vu!!
We arrived mid afternoon in Boise and were ahead of a lot of the traffic for the Boise State football game. We are settling in and will start a nice visit with Jean tomorrow.
... is small but very well done. Beginning with the history of the Basque people in Spain, it describes their culture and lifestyle, mostly fishing along the coast and shepherding in the inland regions. There were large pictures of the Basque region, the people and their festivals. Also along the top of the displays were large pictures of men who came to Idaho in the early waves of immigration. I assume that they were ...
... party in front of us there would be an hour wait (always a GOOD sign!) However, since there were only two of us, she squeezed us into a communal table area with 3 other couples. The food was AMAZING! I had their most popular cocktail, the Pear Grapefruit Fizz and a Boise Chopped Salad which included smoked salmon and buttermilk ...
Linda Burton posting from Boise, Idaho – In Monopoly, you scowl when your token lands on that unlucky space marked "Go To Jail;" you do not collect $200; you move directly into Jail. Your turn is up. Land on the “Jail” space in the ordinary course of play and you are Just Visiting; life is good. The Old Idaho Penitentiary off Warm Springs Road has lots of folks “just visiting” these days; the former territorial prison closed ...
... of the Jesuit religious order; annually on the last weekend in July; music, sports, dances, a picnic.
· The Sheepherder's Ball has been held since 1929, annually in December.
· Jaialdi, an International festival, is held in Boise every five years, next in 2015, performers and athletes come from Basque Country and all over the US.
· The North American Basque ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed