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- Tennis Court
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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Not far along the road we crossed into Idaho. The next few hours we passed red soil and potato farms, and truckloads of potatoes. You can play spot the difference with the Idaho sign photos. Lunch at Malad, a dot of a town. We had pasta in the dungeon of the restaurant, which must also hold a claim to world's smallest rest room. Today we had some major miles of interstate to cover. We arrived at Salt Lake City, Utah, and took ...
Today we had to wake up at 3:45 for our shuttle to the airport. What a pain! We had packed our bags perfectly the night before and had quite a lot of carry on luggage. We got to the airport and checked in, taking off our shoes once again. The airport is so chilled and old school it's funny! Luckily we had free wifi. When we got to the airport we actually found out flights go directly to salt lake. So that's a bit painful to know we have ...
... near where we are going. So we settle for an all you can eat Chinese buffett in the middle of nowhere. Not a great idea but we lived through it. Everyone stared at us --- the local hicks and the Asian ...
... in Salt Lake City around 3pm and Jim and Andrew gave us a brief city tour on the coach with a 20 min stop at The Capital for photos - it's huge ... I have no idea why Utah needs such a big building but there you go.
Then they drove us around the Olympic site and up and down a few streets past a few buildings then we stopped at Temple Square ... well those of us who wanted to have a look around but several stayed on the bus and went to the ...
"We'll hit up Europe, yep, and spend some Euros!"
The Crew: Mario Costello, Tony Valdez and Louis Lim.
Backpacking Europe was inspired by many things: our yearning to explore the world as independent travelers, to learn about our history, background and other cultures, having friends like Carson who have shared their backpacking stories with us, and the fact that this time right now ...