Super 8 Boise
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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The local knowledge proved to be gold, we could have just gone down the Freeway but instead we headed out on the Ochoco Highway and were treated to some really great sights and small towns such as Mitchell, Spray, Monument, Long Creek, Mules Foot, John Day, Baker City. At Long Creek we stooped for a refresh and we shared probably the tastiest …
... of it all - small, sturdy granite houses with slate or thatch roofs, green lawns, geraniums and hydrangeas blooming everywhere, all under blue skies or gray skies or black skies filled with an illuminating light. It's enough to make me believe in elves and leprechauns, something I haven't done in forty years. I could almost, but not quite, reread The Hobbit."
Mr. Greenside ends up buying a home there, completely unexpectedly. Hmm... not a bad idea.
... back. “Those seats are both good and bad,” the driver says. They are good because you can see out the sides and the back, but they are bad because the bouncing of the trolley along the roads is more pronounced. I still picked the back. We wait as several other people get on board and then noticing that there are no other people racing frantically toward the trolley, the driver calls “All aboard” and the narrated tour begins. ...
... s Ward (1905–1906) was built out of necessity. Prior to its completion women did not have separate quarters. Male inmates built a wall around the old wardens home to serve as a separate facility for women. This building had seven two-person cells, a central day room, kitchen and bathroom facilities. This building held the infamous Lyda Southard (Lady Bluebeard).
Built by inmates, the Multipurpose Building (1923) served as ...
... we started looking at the jobs available in Cali, however this was just this past Friday, so not much happens on the weekends. So the plan was to move forward with Cali first thing Monday morning. Well, when the blessings come they full on pour down. I received a phone call yesterday morning about an eight week job in Austin, Texas that my recruiter had put me in for prior to receiving my license. The call was basically a screening, letting me know the details of ...