Having a Blast in Boise!
If you’re looking for a place with a high standard of living, a real attention to detail and just a great idea of how to live, you’ll find that Boise, Idaho should be your next port of call! Take a look at the city that Forbes Magazine declared the third best place to live for business and careers and that Farmers Insurance called the most secure place to live for security!
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Whether you are hoping to move to Boise at some point, or you just want to visit the area, you are not going to lack for things to do. The Boise area is particularly attractive for those of you who love getting back to nature. There are more than 2000 acres of parks and urban trails in the Boise Area and the Greenbelt will give you more than 25 miles of riverfront paths that you use for cycling, skating, jogging or just walking.
You’ll also find that Boise is terrific when it comes to shedding some light on some esoteric subject. The city is famous for its museums, and a few notables from this list include the Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial, the Idaho Museum of Mining and Geology, the World Center for Birds of Prey, and the Idaho Botanical Gardens.
If you are someone who interested in fine arts, Boise won’t leave you disappointed. Boise is home to the Idaho Shakespeare festival, plenty of professional and community theater groups and the Boise Philharmonic.
If you find that this is all a little much to take in, don’t worry! One great way to get a feel for the city and to see what it offers is to check out the Boise Tour Train, which is located in Julia Davis Park and can give you an hour long tour of the city. The tour runs between May and October and is a great way to see what this gorgeous city has to offer.
If you are interested in a good time, take a look and find out why so many people are declaring Boise, Idaho their destination of choice! James Calvin is a writer and used to live in Boise, Idaho. Go to www.boiseidaho.com for more details on this great city.