Chateau Apres Lodge
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Not far along the road we crossed into Idaho. The next few hours we passed red soil and potato farms, and truckloads of potatoes. You can play spot the difference with the Idaho sign photos. Lunch at Malad, a dot of a town. We had pasta in the dungeon of the restaurant, which must also hold a claim to world's smallest rest room. Today we had some major miles of interstate to cover. We arrived at Salt Lake City, Utah, and took ...
After our night on the different planet that was Zion National Park we were amazed to see the beautiful countryside and all the ski resort mountains Utah continued to offer. Maya decided she wanted to live in Salt Lake City......bearing in mind that this was her statement for every city we went too. We pulled into our Motel 6 in the late evening and immediately our danger senses began running high. Around our motel, several rough looking people were loitering around ...
... near where we are going. So we settle for an all you can eat Chinese buffett in the middle of nowhere. Not a great idea but we lived through it. Everyone stared at us --- the local hicks and the Asian ...
... spooky would it be if the next one we saw was ‘E’ for Elvis. As we drove past Elko, sure enough an ‘E’ carved on the hillside. The rest of the drive through Nevada we never saw another letter carved into the hill.
It was a long haul to Salt Lake City, the longest drive yet in a day. But meant the journey the next day to reach Angela at Driggs was a shorter one. We pulled into a suitable Walmart at about ...
... wheel. On a positive note...all of the dead bugs are washed off the RV.
Pulling in to another truck stop for the night...kind of getting used to the trucks..but not really. Everyone is exhausted. It's going to be an early night. Nite everyone ...