We received a $30 coupon-off the normal price to stay a night at the Fairfield Inn & Suites – Marriott on Broadway in Idaho Falls.
Nice place. Relaxing.
Allison gave us a friendly greeting the minute we walked in the warm and cozy, orange and green lobby. She gave us a key to inspect a room with a king-size bed. I liked it immediately: accent and dimmer lighting, temperature control, living room, jacuzzi tub, palm mitchell shampoo, flat screen televisions, music station, office area, and a comfortable, clean bed.
Later, when we checked in, we discovered that the pool had been emptied for a cleaning. But the management had made arrangements that we could travel just down the street to the Residence Inn – Marriott on the banks of the Snake River and Falls. They had a splendid pool with high arc splash features and the biggest hot tub that I have seen in Idaho Falls. My youngest boy and I had a blast.
Around 10:30 pm, we walked over to Kiwi Loco Yogurt. The attendant gave us 32 ounces of cookies and cream yogurt for $3.71. Not a bad deal, eh?
In the morning, the staff served a breakfast for champions: (1) eggs topped with salsa, cheese, and onions, (2) biscuits and gravy, (3) bacon and seasoned potatoes, (4) blueberry muffins, (5) bagels and cream cheese. The atmosphere is inviting; the juice drinks are refreshing, and the sun is shining. With all the rain that Idaho Falls has been experiencing, this is a nice change for the city.
I did some Bible study in Ephesians on the outside patio.
For lunch, I recommend that you walk over to Famous Dave’s or the Olive Garden–try Pappardella Pescatore. Slurp it up. It’s good.