Ellerbeck Mansion Bed & Breakfast
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So once the cruise was booked, the weight lost, and the research started, it was time to start my packing list. Everything I read about what to wear in Alaska said, "Layer, layer, layer." I started my packing list about six weeks before the cruise and with three weeks to go, I started putting items to be packed in the guest bedroom. In order to be fully prepared, I even bid a work trip with a 24-hour layover in Ontario, California. The hotel ...
After a good nights sleep with no evening visitors we had a shower. The showers here are communal offering no privacy. All we could do was take a shower one at a time even though five showers were avaliable. After the quickest shower in history it was time to dress before the big breakfast was prepared. After a hearty breakfast a picnic lunch was then prepared followed by a huge washing up session. It was then time to put the tent away before loading the bus for our ...
... kids sleep in a little bit later.
We parked at a light rail station on the west side of Denver and rode it downtown to Union Station. It was actually the kids' first time on the Denver light rail since we never really take them downtown (no Rockies games yet), and it was a gorgeous morning. We were so excited!
We had no trouble checking in our bags (one bag of clothes, one giant duffel bag containing two car seats, and ...
... normal, any time soon! Checked in, and went to my dorm where I was met with 3 of the fattest bedridden American 60 year olds, laying watching TV.... Topless... Duuude don't wanna see that ****! They were quite interested in chatting to me, as it turned out the people in the room were basically without homes, or had just been made redundant and using at as a base for a month or so at a time so I was the first new person there for a while! The most repulsive guy was ...
... continued on to Logan Canyon with Mountain Mahogany bushes, Dogwoods, Aspen. We saw a falcon flying overhead and with the Logan River on our left side and high cliffs with Pines to the right, the scenery was impressive even tho’ the river wasn’t very wide.
Lunch at Logan City
We were in Utah at Logan City and we parked at a Mall area surrounded by lots of cheap eats. Andrew showed us a cheap sandwich shop which had a deal so ...