Holiday Inn Express Evanston
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Evanston
As Mary says there are positives and negatives to everything. We have stayed at enough Holiday Inns on this trip that we have achieved Gold status. Today we were upgraded to a King Suite for the night. The negative, it was next to the ice machine. All in all this is a nice road trip hotel that I would stay in again. It kind of compensates for spending the night in Evanston WY.
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... WY. It was a beautiful drive, with varying views of pine, birch, juniper and desert scrub. This is ranching country and horses and cows grazed in the meadows along our route. We are now settled in our familiar RV spot between a camper and a big rig at the west edge of the Evanston Walmart - not much of a view but it served our ...
... that they just need a hug or a swift kick in the behind.
Still, we have enjoyed our travels over the past three months, and I know if you wait to do something because the timing may not be right, or you think your family can't possibly live without you, or for what ever reason, you may not get the opportunity again. So....carpe diem...
Bye for now, Stay well.
... So, me and Maggie each had one. Gerry had his stale old Cinnabon bun left from yesterday.
I was surprised to see the Speed Limit most of the way in Wyoming was 80...haven't seen a sign for 80 in years, if ever.
Tomorrow to Salt Lake City for 3 days. Site seeing, rest, laundry and hope to here the "music". Nite ...
... here we are going through Coalville and it is a total contrast. Still mountains skirt the town but there is a gorgeous stream weaving its way through. There is heaps of greenery and the houses are huge. Lovely little town. Coming into Salt Lake City now, it's 7:30pm. I can see why the Winter Olympics was held here, it's so pretty. The mountains are gently undulating. Blending into each other. I thought Utah was a desert, clearly I was ...
... rather than later. I guess we are getting old. After a day of relaxation, we will visit a couple more NPS sites in Colorado, then start the trek back home. Trip Summary 4266 miles driven 99:04 hours in the car 44.5 miles on the trail 20 NPS sites visited 2 National Battlefields 1 National Battlefield Site 2 National Parkways 1 National River 1 National Military Park 5 National Monuments 5 National Historic Sites 1 National Preserve 2 National ...