Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites - Airport / East
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... two informal nights, and six casual nights. I actually packed for more informal nights than casual nights, but we ended up ordering room service two nights, so I ended up with more evening clothes than I needed. At night I wore fancy shoes and also had a couple of different dressy sweaters to take to dinner in case the restaurant was too cool for me. I really didn't pay attention to what other people were wearing at night, but we chose to ...
... us lots of questions about ourselves and our travels. Katie very nicely bought and cooked me gluten free pasta so that I could eat with the family (how thoughtful!), since they were eating lasagna. After dinner we went back to Mike & Katie's. They live in the basement apartment of Mike's parent's house, and it was family day there too, so we not only met Mike's mom and dad, but also a couple of his siblings and ...
... off with me because he could see I wanted to leave the whole time - ahh well, I eventually escaped! So yeh, went to use the Internet for a bit, and despite its weirdness, Salt Lake seemed quite a big city for music - that same night Ludacris had played a $5 gig in the park, although had decided to give that one a miss! Still I thought I'd check the gig listings and then found that a day after I planned on leaving (I didn't yet know where, I just wanted to ...
... the time on my phone as 6:35...20 minutes AFTER our flight had taken off!
I quickly called Southwest Airlines who assured me that if I arrived at the airport within two hours of my departure time that they would put me on standby for no additional charge. So, after a quick layover in Chicago, we finally arrived in Orlando at 6:00 PM. Moral of the story is...SOUTHWEST AIRLINES IS GREAT! ...
... the river, we didn't see anymore Ospreys but we did see a couple of hawks, one which had just snared breakfast in one of the fields.
Tahgee National Park
Not that long after we left Jackson, we found ourselves in Tahgee National Park and Alpine Junction – a small town – but so named as the Salt, grey and Snake rivers merged here.
The farms had green fields, perhaps food for their animals rather ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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