Holiday Inn Express Layton I-15
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Rick Steve's travel books, packed our bags, cleaned our apartment, and left our plants with mom! We are embarking on our first big adventure as the Germanns and couldn't be more excited. This is David's first "long" flight (though he's not looking forward to that part of the trip) and first trip to Europe. Our trip is still just a book of plans, but soon it will become a reality. It will be magical! Bon Voyage!
... bathroom about six times (Dad) and went back home. Well, that is some summary of our five nights in Yellowstone. It was terrific. We went on two great hikes (the kids did great both days) and saw some unbelievable animals: bison, elk, coyote, big horn sheep, and a bear. Everyone slept well with the cold nights and mid-temp days in the middle 70s. We loved our horseback ride through the Lemar Valley. Best of all, my friend from college, Chris White and her husband ...
... it's something that tires you out, but you can't stop doing them, and extra people to help prevent fatigue can be a big help). She didn't have a pulse the whole time, and after about 25 minutes the medics from the life flight helicopter said to stop CPR. Gabi was incredibly supportive of me afterwards, encouraging me and listening as I talked out and processed the whole thing. I am still processing it. I haven't wanted to ...
... had completely come apart during Yellowstone, so whilst I had nothing to do, wanted to find a needle and thread to fix that up. Had no idea where to start looking, so naturally turned to Google and found some fabric stores. Found two, so walked there and asked, to again be greeted as if I'd shat on their daughters face. Similarly to before, asked if they maybe had any suggestions of where I might be able to find one, and helpful levels dropped down to a marzipan ...
... It's too much of a harsh place. I could ride a bit and then the temperature would change. I'd have to stop and take off some of my clothes so I wouldn't get too hot. It sounds easy enough to be riding downhill in the canyon but some of those curves are just too much of a steep descent and you have to watch yourself. Riding through an urban area like SLC and its suburbs, and you're in a valley, no steep elevation or desert. But the suburbs are large and full of ...