Super 8 Nampa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... little town, it's a high end ski resort in the winter and in the summer a magnet for hikers and mountain bikers. We find the apartment we are staying in. (Kate's boyfriend Charlie - his dad owns a timeshare at the apartment block and has kindly let us stay there for a couple of days). We can't check in until 4pm so we head into town to have lunch and meet Charlie at a local bar called Lefties. We sit out on the deck area and have a beer and an elk burger - ...
... Snake River into Idaho. Because we were going up a hill, we never thought to stop and take a picture. On we rode, south out of the Ontario area on Highway 95. The air was cool, it was a bright morning, and we cruised pretty well through the farmland. I’ve never seen anywhere that grows so many onions! Once I was riding, I felt better, and we made pretty good time. We arrived in Parma, mile 20, at 10:00. Just before that we passed what we ...
... was never modified. The Fronton Association owns it now and hopes to start teaching younger children the traditional Basque games of handball and “pala,” a sport played with a heavy wooden racket and a hard rubber ball.
The block winds up with Gernika, a Basque pub and eatery on the corner at 202 S Capitol. It also is a gathering point; as are the restaurants across the ...
... next destination when we start off tomorrow. This is a great campground, the only one so far to offer fresh produce from the garden to the visitors. This made for a great dinner!
Sometimes there are photos that capture the flavor of a place: these two we got in a parking lot help visitors understand the importance of hay in this state:
We had planned to use most of today to catch up on ...
(Caution: some hyperbole here. Think before you believe. Don't let the details get in the way of a good story. Apologies to those mentioned by name. ) Chapter One: Surgery Returned to Honolulu from Boise Sunday morning May 15th, after a wonderful weekend event in Idaho. I have spent much of my career working with surgeons. Trauma at BCH. Neuro-ICU at UCSF. When the surgeon closes the incision, we hope the person's problem is solved, but when the patient is ...