Comfort Inn Airport/International Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Swimming pool
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... snapped awake and was almost bubbly with excitement! Perhaps the prospect of getting off the train was as attractive to her as it was to us! The estimated arrival time was accurate and meant that, after a short taxi journey, we were all tucked up in bed again by 1am, this time in a huge bed in a motionless room in the Radisson Hotel! It was bliss after that day's journey and exactly what was needed to gear ourselves up for the journey to Yellowstone the next ...
... A light rail system which is located only a two minute walk from the Park whisks you into the city in ten minutes.
There is also a free shuttle service that is provided by the Church of Latter Day Saints that will pick you up from the office of the RV Park, take you into Temple Square and also offers a free return service. This service runs every 30 minutes.
We took advantage of this service on our arrival. After ...
... of the car and was looking at the stars when the box started making these noises that I've never heard before and sounded a lot like aliens. Freaked me out I pulled my head back inside and rolled up the window.
We thought we made contact with a woman but weren't 100% sure. We stayed there for about 30 minutes then the activity died down.We headed back toward the highway when I thought about pulling up a description of the Dead Files show on that restaurant we were ...
... to Union Pacific, according to the sign built in Schenectady, NY), and the Capitol. There were several bronze statues adorning the grounds. The weather was threatening rain all around us but none fell where we walked. The start point for the walk in a western wear shop, The Wrangler. Betsy was impressed by the large display of cowboy boots. We left Cheyenne, climbed up to a pass at 8640 feet before dropping into Laramie, refuelled and pushed on to Rawlins. We passed through ...
... with one, very steep road. The campgrounds were nice, but I knew of reports of bikes stolen, and I had that somewhat unpleasant encounter my last night. There was the experience of urban riding, getting lost in Orem when I meant to be in Provo with the sun setting; mistakenly getting on a highway with little or no shoulder in Salt Lake City.
But that was all part of it. The other part was sleeping in tents for the first time in my life. Waking up in ...