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... get more north and head into Wyoming there isn't really much to say about it. It's the least populated state in the USA. Which you can definitely tell whine driving through. There was a lot of farmland and straight flat roads that were populated with a few cars and then a lot of big lorries. So 8 hours of driving (5 for me and 3 for phoebe), 1.5 tanks of gas and some pretty plain rice crackers for lunch - we arrived in park city, just outside of salt lake. Phoebe took me on a ...
Holy Rocky Mountains! We've been driving like maniacs today to make it to California. We stayed overnight in Salt Lake City and woke up to find ourselves surrounded by the towering Rocky Mountains.
We were pretty blown away that the mountains we were staring at were the ones we'd actually driven over in the dark the night before.
On our way out of town, we went swimming in the Great Salt Lake. We wanted ...
... 2 and by the time we picked up their luggage and Derek's board, caught the shuttle to the Canyons it was pushing 4:00. There is a lot of housekeeping to do after you check in. Rent skies and pick up groceries. The market is a bit of a hike from out condo.. All down hill. With the fresh falling snow and not the best traction on his boots, Gus slid down on his bum. His jeans were soaked and his comment was ...well I got the first ...
... beside the bikes. Rich and Pete simulated having a bit of a punch up with one of them and they went beserk – they absolutely loved it. It was hilarious. Back the way we came and headed towards Moab for lunch. I really don’t know why anyone in their right mind would want to live here although it seems to be the 4WD capital of USA. Up in the mountains they make a sport of taking 4WD and driving into a hole about 3m wide, 4m deep and 10m ...
... centre sporting Mormon temples and buildings and beautiful flowers. We are immediately struck by just how clean the city is. Next a brand new outdoor shopping complex called City Creek, home to some top end US brands. It's lovely.
We follow directions to a hair salon for Emma who was less than keen to have her hair cut with clippers. Great salon located and, yes, we can cut your hair right now - perfect. Lovely guy hairdresser who ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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