Best Western Inn Tooele
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- Conference facilities
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
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So after a few hours sleep on the train we woke up (well Doug woke me up!) at about 3.15am (the clocks had gone back an hour - american daylight saving!) saying we were close to salt lake - whoopee!! We arrived about 3.50am and walked to our hotel. It took about 20 mins to get to there and checked in. The kind lady on the reception offered us 2 extra hours before we had to check out the next day which ...
... revenge from the citizens of Carthage for the murder of the Smith brothers. Instead, they just quietly packed up and moved to Utah in search of a better life. That restraint has always stuck with me.
When I was in the Army, I got to know a couple of guys who were going to be doing 2-year missionary assignments once they finished their Army time. It was just a given that this was a requirement for them to do.
The first time I was in SLC was in ...
... two more nights, so make a plan to leave in the morning head up to Idaho Falls, spend the night there and then have a nice easy day to drive through Yellowstone Park the next. So, we have an evening to relax and for me to get caught up on this blog... Quick dip in the pool first:)
Where the hotel is .. we are about 15 mins north of Tooele actually, so we decide to grab a cab and head into town for some food and a beer or two. ...
... we had a blast as always!
We have about a 6 hour drive north, through familiar country. So we get moving.
Other than stops for gas and the usual... we make good time. Other than one Utah A-one, that just about ended the trip by trying to run me into a guard rail... the trip is uneventful.... buddy I have your licence plate and karma will come back and get you.... consider yourself cursed by a Scots!!!
Oh! Lol ...
... shirt for each day. I then had four different long-sleeved shirts that I could layer underneath if it was cold. I did the layering every day (most days the high was 60) except our last day in Victoria where the high was 80 degrees. For shoes, I brought and wore my hiking shoes and a pair of walking shoes. I wore smart wool hiking socks most days and found them comfortable and warm.
For evening wear, the ship had two formal ...