Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Sandy
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So far the best out of all the hotels and pretty cheap at $120.
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... arriving at Antelope Island near the campsite and visitor centre, we drove the only road to explore the other end. It is absolutely beautiful. The whole island is covered in a tall yellowy grass with lots of sunflower kind of plants sprouting up. The view across the perfectly still lake to the towering, snow capped mountains is stunning.
It felt a little bit like a safari as we drove along slowly trying to ...
... there is an awesome snowboard race track with jumps, steep hairpin turns, crazy banks, dips...its going to be so cool when they start racing - can't wait.
The gondola is a close 25 metre walk from the hotel back door which is great. Its closer walking to the gondola than it is for us to walk from our room to the back entrance of the hotel. Actually the hotel is so big, in a bad way. Its easy to get lost and everything is so far and ...
We were a long way from home and only a day to get there. We saw a couple more places along the western trails that I have wanted to see for years. A stop in Guernsey was a must so I could see the wagon ruts in the rock. Wow. It wasn't just the one, they were all over that hill. Wagon after wagon after wagon had driven down that hill to get to the Platte river. We also saw ...
... family: 'Indie Flower'; font-size: 16px; font-weight: bold; line-height: 22px;">Third, And as long as we are there ;-) we will take the afternoon to visit the "Bridges of Madison County",,, just south of Des Moines.
... height: 22px;">Pa got a job with the railroad and joined up with the homesteaders in South Dakota. The end of the line was De Smet, on the "Shores of Silver Lake". Silver Lake is long gone, but Pa promised Ma they wouldn't move again, they were the first ones there, and stayed the rest of their lives, being buried in the town cemetery.