Acrylic Fridge Magnet Depicting the Boise City Hall Fountains
Boise City Hall Fountains are one of the key attractions of the state capital. Boise is the most populous city of Idaho, United States. The fountain was given as a gift to the city in 1910. Acrylic fridge magnet captures a front view of the Boise City Hall with the front road of the hall in the foreground. This Acrylic coated souvenir is a perfect memorandum of the place.
Boise City Hall Fountains: Throw a Coin in
The city hall fountain in Boise, Idaho is a collector of coins. People throw coins into it believing the myth that doing so may get them what they wish for while throwing the coin. Some do it for the mere fun of it but for some it is a ritual. As the fountain is in front of the new city hall building, featuring modern architecture and public art, many tourists start their journey around Boise form here. The fountain also reinforces the traditional importance of the Boise River to its people, as it is still one of the major attractions of the city.
In the Heart of Idaho, USA: Visiting Boise
Boise is an exclusive place for hiking and biking, especially in the foothills. An extensive trail system 'the Boise River Greenbelt' runs along the river. Boise River is also perfect for fishing, swimming and rafting. Many parks and cottages have been built along the river. The bogus Basin ski area offers a number of amazing recreational activities in winter including snowboarding and skiing. The renowned Idaho Potato Bowl football game is also held here in December every year. The city has been documented for high standard of life by Forbes and Fortune.