Hampton Inn Salt Lake City / Layton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... and had an awesome dinner with Rick our bus driver and Lindsey and Rachel. We had another huge day tomorrow we were headed to the Badlands and Mt Rushmore. We were up really early today and on the bus by 715am. We drove through the Badlands it was like driving through the Old Wild West and we stopped at a few visitors centres and learnt about the actual writer of the Little House on the Prairie - Laura Ingalls Wilder. We also learnt about the ...
... proceed on a farmers path across his field. Path is well-defined and without obstacle no issue whatsoever for the Rodeo. Interstate is close I can taste it. A few minutes and yet another gate this time with a No Trespassing sign, still committed to the 'shortcut' we continue, the 'road' is marked perfectly by TomTom he is well aware of this route. Another two gates and the road terminates into field, TomTom shows a sharp right but the 'road' is not ...
... really restores my faith in our fellow man. :). And by the way my family said one of my gifts is I have never met a stranger. Guess that makes Frank a new friend.
I checked into the Crystal Inn and suites just outside Salt Lake City. The weather is sunny and I am pleased with the hotel. It has been a good day but all of a sudden I realized how tired I am. Looking forward to a good nights sleep.
... burnt down, it was reconstructed. In the gift shop they have a replica of what the Pavillion buildings used to look like. Hundreds of people would come out to swim, boat and whatever else was available for them at that time. The building then burnt down again in the 1970's due to arson. The Pavilion was again rebuilt and is now used for concerts and they have the Gift Shop. It ...
... we were lucky enough to watch both of them make their last run of the day back to the shop. This park celebrates where the railroads met, racing from east and west coasts. May 10, 1869 the golden spike was driven to commemorate the feat. Of course, the real gold spike is kept at Stanford U since Leland Stanford owned the railroad in the west. We ...