Quality Inn & Suites Salt Lake City
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... is the California Zephyr. By this point Bryony was in fully awake, caterpillar drawing mode and so we were amazed that when we finally got on the train (a little after 1am) she was ready to be put back to bed again. I could say that about all three of us actually! Anyway, we made it on to the train, into the familiar surroundings of a little roomette and were dozing off to the chickity-cah rhythm once more. San Francisco here we ...
The place was called Pirate O's and it was a gourmet grocery store with a lot of international candy and snacks. I saw candy that I had in Germany, Italy, England and France!! I restrained myself and only got a couple of things because I have been consuming way too much sugar since I got here.
Next, we traveled on to Lotus which is a New-Agey type store (sort of like Secret Garden but much nicer). I browsed a bit and introduced Harper to my hobby of ...
... One notable occurrence was a line-drive foul ball was hit at us. I ducked, the guy next to me got a hand on it (he said) but a women several rows behind us ended up with the ball. After the game, we returned to the motel for hot chocolate and to get warm. April 23: Although we had not planned on camping again this trip, here we are at Tuttle Creek State Park, adjacent to an Army Corps flood control dam. The change in plans happened because of a flat tire this afternoon. The ...
I get to check off a few things I had listed on my Travel Bucket List.
Yes. There is an actual list. Don't judge me. I like lists. And I love checking things off lists.
So here is the final rundown:
- Mall of America
- The Corn Palace
- Wall Drug
- Mount Rushmore
- Badlands National Park
- Devils Tower
- Polar bears
- Northern Lights
... do have an interest in seeing the beaches and the cemeteries. Tom plans to take a day long tour of the beaches to learn all he can about WWII and the Normandy invasion. As he was planning our trip, I asked him to find me a wine tour on that day. Do you realize that Normandy is the ONLY province in France that does NOT make wine? Dang! So, I will find other things to do -- tour yet another cathedral, visit a museum about the Normandy area, sit at a sidewalk ...