A downtown Boise relic - the Idanha Hotel, which is no longer a hotel. It is home to apartments, offices and retail, the official name is "Idanha Building." When this hotel went up in the early 1900s, it was the tallest in the state, and the first Idaho building with an elevator. The turrets on the corners helped create its romantic reputation, and it used to be "the honeymoon hotel" when there wasn't much else around. This view is from Idaho Street, which I think is interesting because I've heard several times that "new owners" were going to rescue and renovate the hotel, and it looks like there is still some work to be done. The main entrance is on Main Street.