Village Inn Motel

Address: 50 North 300 E, Malad City, Idaho, 83252, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 50 North 300 E, Malad City.
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        Travel Blogs from Malad City

        Our Last Stop In Idaho

        A travel blog entry by dan-judy on Aug 03, 2015

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        ... have state inspectors -- Henrys Lake, our previous campground, had several inspectors looking for not only invasive snails and mussels, but also for invasive kinds of seaweed. When one of the inspectors found out we were from Lake Erie he said he was coming over to check our RV for zebra mussels -- he was just kidding! We're in a lovely small KOA campground nestled under big elm trees right along the Portneuf River. The river has some rapids as it flows into ...

        Day 1 - Bumpy Road

        A travel blog entry by alicia-jake on Jun 01, 2015

        9 photos

        Today was day one of our adventure - and it sure was interesting. After our emotional goodbyes with all of our friends and family in Salt Lake City Utah we got on the road. The motorhome is an old 87' Suncrest named MaryBell (Jake named her) that we thought that we had got into tip top shape for the road. About an hour after Salt Lake City (still in Utah) the door panel on the side of ...

        Getting ready to move on DOWN the road

        A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Aug 06, 2014

        15 photos

        ... towns we decided it was best to stay put. We did our laundry one last time and watched TV and organize our stuff and start packing our car for the last leg of our trip to Virginia City, then home. Dave and I had several discussions about going to Reno or Virginia City.....I won! But he can get some gambling time in Virginia City too, so I guess you can say we both won. ...

        Hot Lava Hot Springs

        A travel blog entry by pndcadena on Aug 01, 2014

        107 photos

        ... Columbia River, and this accomplishment, more than any other single factor, clinched for the United States ownership of the Oregon Country now included in Idaho, Oregon, Washington, Montana and Wyoming west of the Continental Divide.

        Thousands of emigrants continued to pour into the West by way of the Oregon Trail, although not many passed by Fort hall after the Hudspeth Cutoff was constructed to the south in 1849. Largely because of increasing hostility o ...

        Organic Adventures!

        A travel blog entry by thelovejourney on Oct 12, 2012

        36 photos

        ... a good night's sleep. The breakfast was equally hearty and we began our hike out of the Grand Canyon. Something I noticed was the friendliness of the hikers on the trail. Everybody seemed to have empathy for each other. I enjoyed meeting the mules who made this trip with humans on their backs. They are super athletes! It was an experience of a lifetime to reach the top and be OUT of the canyon. Even though it was easier on my knees and we were traveling ...