Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites Midvalley - Murray
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... etc. There was no way we could absorb it all. Oh I forgot to mention, at Cabelas we had lunch. I stuck to a salad but had a bite of Hiltons bison burger, and Hoops elk steak. Interesting taste, very gamey and quite strong. I will definitely be having it again before we leave. Next on the list was shopping at a local outlet mall right next to Cabelas. This is a huge bonus of having friends and family to visit in the USA. Shopping ...
... constraints of going too far BUT – as Lena pointed out – you still have the ability to turn off the TV, not buy the book or go to the movie…to disallow voice is still censorship and is puritanical.
Mindy and Lena started very early-in today’s world, and did not feel that they had as many challenges facing as much of the “old boy network ...
... us has made this bed a planned upgrade when an opportunity should be presented. Perhaps in Mexico later in the trip.
August 23, 2014
We were up in plenty of time to meet our college friends ...
At about 2pm we started our drive towards California, our destination before we turn around. As our van was a bit battered, we decided to play it safe, got the kids to sit away from the battered side and drove, at slower speeds. The next destination for the night was wood cross a city very close to Salt Lake City in Utah. There was quite a change in the scenery on our way to Utah. We crossed Wyoming and ...
After filling up on the hostels free breakfast, we set off to Big Cottonwood Canyon. This is in the mountains next to the city. The drive up was very scenic and we pulled over in a parking bay at the start of a trailhead. It was a 6 mile round trip hike to Dog Lake. We began hiking and it immediately began climbing up very steeply, but the terrain was also very icy!
The path followed a little stream for a while ...