Holiday Inn Express Layton I-15
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... not dogs. They live under the ground and make hundreds of tunnels between all the little mounds. The Prairie dogs when they see danger stand on the top of their burrow and make a barking noise to let the rest of their family know danger is approaching. That's where they got their name from. But they are definitely not dogs. Our last stop for the day before heading to the hotel was Mt Rushmore. It was out of this world to see in person. We travelled up ...
... parallel to the canal until we find the bridge, over and onto a real grid, to a real highway to the actual Interstate. Not sure how TomTom had that road mapped or how it thought it would be a good idea, but we survived and are back in familiar territory.
Gas up in Dillon and on to Salt Lake. I haven driven in many large cities and thouroghly enjoy the pace of Interstate traffic and the slomoms that occur on the major arterials of the big ...
... Barb before spending our last half an hour at the Casino playing Barack Jack. It was just before midday by the time our money ran out so we decided to get on the road as we wanted to try and get to Salt Lake City which is 650km away. We booked into the EconoLodge for the night which was $56 fort he 3 of us so it was really reasonable. We did some research into Yellowstone and then went and got Macaz for dinner which was just down the ...
... Blue Moon Belgium White. We walked around Trolly Square, has lots of shops and restaurants. It is really pretty with beautiful buildings and beautiful landscaping. While driving downtown, we also passed the the Capitol Building...Beautiful. We headed back to the campsite, on the way we stopped at a grocery store. Did laundry. We visited with our neighbors and shared contact ...
On our way to Colorado, we drove up through Utah. We have never seen the area around Salt Lake City, so we proceeded north. We did not actually spend time in the city, but drove through it to get to the Big Cottonwood Canyon. What a beautiful drive! We missed most of the colorful leaves, but a few were still bright. ...