BEST WESTERN Carriage House Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today was a travel day as we start to make our way to some of the Utah National Parks. The day started out normally, but as we were leaving Jackson, a man in the car next to us indicated that our rear tire was low. So we returned to the gas station we had just left to put air in the tire. Mission accomplished and we were on our way. About 40 miles down the road, another ...
... 5 museums in one, where we spent 1 & half days browsing. And then on to Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks for more wonderful scenery & some wildlife, although not as much as we'd have liked. A grizzly did walk across the pebbly bank of the river not far from our camp one morning but we had to wait till we were well away from the parks & had stopped ...
... finally got through this Magic Valley at Jerome and were back on I 84 to Salt Lake City. The Great Salt Lake actually starts at Brigham City north of SLC and extends for more than 50 miles. We saw at least three oil refineries in five miles outside SLC and many more industrial plants. Since Salt Lake is only at 4200 we decided to continue on to Price. We were rewarded with a beautiful canyon drive and ...
Utah is beautiful. As it started to get light this morning and people began to wake up, a lot of us grabbed our cameras and rushed to the lounge car to get a better view. It’s a sleepy crowd in here that is quietly enjoying the coming sunrise. The rock formations here are similar to some of the red rock formations you see in Arizona, but without the red and they also look sharper, almost sheared ...
... the whole way. We arrived back to the parking lot just before dark. Unfortunately for us we missed a local pizza parlor that was recommended to us, but lucked into a terrific Mexican restaurant that reminded me of those in Cabo. The food was outstanding and they served huge portions. We couldn't even finish our dinners after the heaping plate of nachos. After dinner, we were back on the road at 10:30 pm towards Moab. I must be crazy (don't laugh) but even with all of ...