Home2 Suites by Hilton Salt Lake City / West Valley City
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... lunch at a Mexican place which gave too much unhealthy food and then started off. The next stop was winnemucca, in Nevada. We had a good drive, with kids busy with their books and reached winnemucca. We had pizza for dinner and called it a night.
The next morning, we had breakfast, filled gas, and started our drive to sacramento.we drove through Nevada and then entered California. In California ...
We were once again up early kinda getting used to it hehe, first stop Great Salt Lake stunning lake very salty hehe, next stop was The State Capitol Building this was a beautiful building and beautiful inside marble everywhere. Next stop lunch and unfortunately we said goodbye to CJ our bus driver but we are going to keep in touch, our new bus driver ...
... one. Driving through Utah is very easy.
One stop was at Burger King. I haven't had burger king in years. I was pleasantly surprised-I thought I didn’t like it but I did-especially the fries.
After getting into town we went straight to the Natural History Museum (because it was closing soon) to see the dinosaurs. I was a bit disappointed since the dinosaurs except for one were models. I thought we were going to get to see real ...
Couldn't go to Utah without visiting Salt Lake City, and funny enough it took us nearly a month after we arrived in Utah to get there.
A little bit about the city:
The city was founded in 1847 by Brigham Young, Isaac Morley, George Washington Bradley and several other Mormon followers, who extensively irrigated and cultivated the arid valley. The LDS were seeking an isolated area ...
... activities, sights, restaurants, pubs, and some general travel tips. Our itinerary included one or two must-sees each day and a list of several places along the way. Knowing that I would be driving on the left-side of the road and a bit out of my element, I tried to take as many factors out of the equation as possible. With a general knowledge of our destinations, I opted out of the GPS comfort zone and just stuck to our road map and a good ...