Hampton Inn Salt Lake City/Sandy
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- Room service
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... We checked out the next day but our train wasn't due until late in the evening so we spent the day in the spa lounge before having dinner at the sushi bar. That was one of the best meals we had on the trip. After our transfer to the station we had another couple of hours still to wait but the terminal wasn't open so we had to wait in the nearby Greyhound terminal. When we finally got on it was time for bed so we put the bunks down and tried to get to ...
... of the stated dress code each evening.
Shore Bag: For my other cruises, I brought a cross body bag that I used while ashore, but for Alaska I thought I wanted a backpack in case we did some hiking. During my search, I found a cross body bag that converted to a backpack and this worked perfect for me.
"The Alaska Cruise Handbook" by Joe Upton: Several people on cruise critic recommended this book so I bought and read ...
... weather in Elko, Nevada. On the trip from Elko to Sandy, Utah, we encountered some rain. I wanted to post a photo of the salt flats, but when we got to the overlook, it was raining. Instead, I took a photo of the famous statue that is by the side of the road. This funny statue always lets us know that we are in Utah.
We arrived at the house of brother, Bill, at dinnertime and parked our rig in front ...
... br> out! We made it to the visitor’s center just as they were about to close to
purchase some bug jackets because we were both completely horrified. But once
we got to camp the bugs were nowhere near as bad (THANK GOD). I would also like to thank God for the most
perfect roadtrip weather we’ve had. No rain, blue skies, ...
We drove to Salt Lake City from California. Because of the 14+ hour drive, Michael drove all night and only stopped for a rest stop catnap as we arrived in the area too early in the morning. On the Utah side, we saw two raging forest fires against the darkened sky - it was eerie and beautiful at the same time. The rest stop was conveniently located across the road from ...