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... out it is a closed base. Only authorized personnel are allowed on the base. The 143rd moved depleted uranium from Tooele to California for disposal some 10 years ago, so I knew the base had a lot of bad stuff to protect, It is a good thing the base has tight security. The drive also crosses the southern end of The Great Salt Lake.
... southern part of Utah and were so impressed with Bryce Canyon National Park and Zion National Park. It has remained one of our favorite parts of the trip and to be honest I don’t even know if I had heard about these places before. Corey was also really interested in seeing Salt Lake City, and I have a cousin that lives there now who gave us some great ideas of things we could do. So we were excited it was along our new route and could spend at least ...
... It was so awesome! The place was very American. We all had a variety of meals such as burgers, pasta, steaks, biscuits and gravy, and pancakes with eggs and bacon. We chatted and laughed about the differences between America and Australia. And we found out Americans don't know what the word fortnight means. It was hilarious! After that the boys thought it would be a good idea to take us to a gun shop and shooting range. To shoot huge guns. ...
... blog. Seems if I go further north to ski country I will find my lush forests and sparkling lakes. So if you can count the Gr. Salt Lake as a mini-ocean (smells like it!), then Utah just about does have it all. My last stop in the north was the salt flats. Surprising. I went to the Bonneville Speedway expecting at least a few buildings and bleachers. All that there was is a small road that goes about a mile into the salt flats and deadends. It ...
... am. We watched a documentary on Lewis & Clarke who trekked across the America. At 12.30pm we entered Bryce Canyon. The landscape was a rich orange rock with amazing rock formations. The rock is iron rich giving it is colour. We stopped for lunch at Ruby's Inn at 12.45 pm which is a town owned by one family, his name was Reuben. I had mini corn dogs and Andrew had a burger, because its owned by the one person, the quality only competes with itself and it wasn't all that. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking