BEST WESTERN PLUS Landmark Inn & Pancake House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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My sixty seventh day away from home starts with another drive day, this time we are off to Utah. We had to stock up on alcohol as Utah is run mainly by Mormons so there are very strict alcohol laws. I think they're in for a surprise with a bus full of Australians about to arrive! We arrived at the hotel and popped over to Walmart for a few necessities. It really does ...
... 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. ...
... the truck stop!
We arrive around 9 in Park City and our hotel, Chateaux Deer Valley, and it is up to Lyndsey's standards...so we can add Chateau to the list of words she likes for hotels...Chateau, ...
We arrived into Salt Lake City late last night after a 34 hour train journey from Chicago. We were sitting a few rows behind an Amish family, which was interesting. The parents seemed very restless and agitated - constantly pacing up and down the train. Anyway, the journey went quite quickly - the seats were fairly comfortable with a good amount of leg room and ...
... our cook did the biscuits,” I was told. That was the day the “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” TV personality came by to check out Ruth’s diner food. Ruth is a legend; a feisty independent woman who started selling hamburgers downtown in 1930; then, not liking all the city restrictions, set an old trolley car roadside in Emigrant Canyon in 1948, built an apartment alongside, and continued ...