Idaho Hotels Almost Booked Up For Biggest Solar Eclipse In 100 Years
We're just a couple months away from the first Total Solar Eclipse crossing over the U.S. in 100 years and Idaho is THE hot spot for viewers.
The Idaho Department of Commerce says we can expect anywhere from 10,000 to 300,000 people from around the world coming to watch this spectacular event. Hotels started booking up two years ago and now they're almost all out of rooms. Some of them are.
Some parties attempted to book entire hotels. Yeah, they crazay!
Some hotels and resorts are offering "Eclipse Viewing Parties" and other cities and towns are holding parades and festivals. Weiser is having a 5-day long festival. The actual eclipse goes down on August 21, 2017.