Holiday Inn Boise Airport
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... 8211; Yellowstone being the youngest). That was the fun bit of the day over – 300 monotonous miles on the road, into Utah, to get to Salt Lake City followed. We did pass one interesting stretch of highway - a place called Arco (where we stopped for lunch in Mr Pickles for an Atomic Burger), the 'first city to be powered by nuclear-generated electricity' and just south of Arco there is 'Experimental Breeder Reactor Number One' which sits on the edge of the Idaho National ...
... table but it is rather uncomfortable so we move. We look at the dessert menu and make our choices then wait for our server. The poor guy goes through his whole speech and then we tell him we would only like dessert and coffee. He asks what we would like and we place our order – Heidi orders the Sea Turtle Sundae and I order an apple crumble with vanilla ice cream. While we are waiting for our desserts the server brings us some very good coffee ...
... loads, hauling 18 people to the meeting point.
They say that most catastrophes aren’t caused by one giant failure or mistake, but a series of smaller mistakes that lead to the catastrophe. There was no catastrophe, but getting our group to the launch was more like an episode from the Pink Panther or Keystone Cops that miraculously work out some how.
So our little catastrophe began like this: ...
... whilst Kate has to study. That evening Kate booked tickets for me, Charlie and her friend Sian to the local Shakespeare outdoor Theatre to see as you like it. It's an outdoor theatre that you can take along a picnic and wine whilst enjoying the show. It's only a small place and we have the cheap seats on the grassy area at the back, but this doesn't really matter as the theatre is so small anyway. The show was As you Like It and was actually quite good for an amateur ...