Candlewood Suites Salt Lake City - Airport
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... before we would reach our destination of Salt Lake City). On with the day! The dining car was extremely busy with those people more organised at extracting themselves from their bunks than us so we went on to a waiting list for breakfast. It wasn't long before our number was called and we enjoyed a continental in the company of a kind-hearted American lady. We shared more stories and experiences; she had recently rented an RV with Cruise America ...
... It was a nice festival but I definitely learned that any sort of activity or festival south of Salt Lake City will be all-kid focused. There were food trucks but we were still full from Chick-Fil-A. Lots of kids activities, pony rides, and something called Rent-A-Puppy. Apparently you can just rent puppies for a certain period of time for a certain amount of money or donation? There were probably 10 vendors and were selling Etsy type stuff but nothing so cool that I had ...
... There was cemetery with graves of a family who maintained a toll bridge over the Red Vermillion River. We crossed the river shortly thereafter. On the way back to the main paved road, we heard a funny noise. The right rear tire was flat. We unpacked the car to access the jack and wrench and changed the tire. We were pleased to find, on the advice of one guy who stopped, to go into Wamego, KS to get it fixed. We found a tire shop who pronounced the tire dead and I ...
... the cheapest souvenir you can get. Just 51 cents and it's all yours. They travel light and compact. And when you get them home, you can store them in a memory book or display them in a frame.
I will never travel again without a roll of quarters and a fistfull of pennies.
... luncheon at the quaint house converted into a French Restaurant – this time we are going to Cove Fort – an establishment of Mormans (Church of Latter Day Saints), out in the middle of nowhere. Taken into a basic log cabin where a 'sister' told us of the history of the fort. In 1867 Brother Hinkley was asked to set up a domestic fort for the protection of travellers and the stage coaches which came through twice a day. Along with a band ...