Comfort Inn Salt Lake City / Layton
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A month to Europe can be done with one carryon.... Yes one! Packing with room to spare for shopping and gifts in the most crafty manor. I'll be illustrating how to pack for kids and adults for such an excursion and you will be surprised that half of what we normally pack is never worn. With this method, you pack only what is needed and make traveling through Europe so much easier...so pack it up and carryon! ...
... landing so don't remember the flight! We had two hours in Seattle to kill so had a little look at the shops and skyped dad! Our flight was delayed half an hour and then I found out the flight man put in me in some better seats! Yay! Oh Seattle's airport is massive! We had to catch two trains and a shuttle just to get to the transfer plane! How insane! Lots of Love, Amanda ...
we experienced here was. Hopefully you can see some of its beauty captured into
our photographs. I think we took like 1,000!
Unfortunately the Salt Lake is kind of a wasteland and
pretty smelly. It’s nicknamed the Dead Sea. Although our campsite was ok, the
closer you got to the lake the smellier it ...
Utah is a beautiful state! We went from desert temperatures in Las Vegas to high plateau cool temperatures. Leaving Nevada we drove past Zion National Park Entrance. This will be on my wish list to return. The surrounding red mountains and canyons we saw along the way were amazing. Our first night on the road was spent at Beaver Utah....it was at 6000 ft elevation. This was our first blast of cool weather (35 or so) and somewhat of ...
We left Sundance and headed across the Thunder Basin Grasslands to Caspar. The views were fantastic, great open plains and gentle rolling hills. Although it looks flat from a distance the area is full of small gorges, gulleys, and creeks, and deer of course (safely behind fences).
At the town of Wright is the Thunder Basin Mine. They have three rail lines running into the mine, BNSF, ...