Holiday Inn Express Park City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the road & power line are the only signs of mankind in many places.
3:30 PM - Utah border & drove through the salt flats & Great Salt Lake is all around. Completely FLAT & pure white & rather strange looking, especially in mid-June when the temp. is 92!
5:10 PM - Passed through Salt Lake City area & snow topped mountains all around. Traffic not bad as it was Sunday. (had been here for Utah ...
... the potato state. We saw quite a few potato fields. After Idaho we entered Utah, as we were driving slower we reached wood cross later than expected. On our way we passed the great salt lake on our left. It is pretty much interstate 80 all the way through. Once we left Salt Lake City it was pretty much a desert with hills all around. It was very hot outside, and the outside thermometer showed 95 F.
... continue to the very edge of the cliff. There are no barriers or fences....simply a huge cliff and some terrific views!!
We continue through the park on a driving tour of various ...
... legged it back to the safety of the car, but numerous flies still managed to get in.
Well, we came to Salt Lake City, and we saw the Great Salt Lake. Done. Off to Vegas.
If we thought the drive the day before was hot, this was ludicrous, with the temperature reaching 49C at about 7pm. To complicate things even more, we kept finding dead flies in the creases of our clothes and in our hair. ...
... the world is is one of the best gifts of travel. Some people pack for foreign travel like they are going to mars. They bring everything for every possiblity. Fear of the unknown can make me want to cling to the familiar. You bring things to insulate and prepare. It is liberating to step into a culture with less than you need. You will either find you didn't need it, or that the people living there use them too. It is plesant to find gloves in Peru, razors in Nepal and ...