Homewood Suites By Hilton Jackson
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This hotel is relatively new so everything is fresh and comfortable. Easy to walk to all the city sights and restaurants.
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This is officially Day 2 for us but really 1 for the RV. Since our flight was delayed due to weather we flew out at 5:15 pm instead of 10:30 am we did not get to spend time sight seeing in Salt Lake City Utah. We did not arrive in Utah until 10:00 pm. We were exhausted after being up for 18 hrs. Thanks to our friend Darren for moving his flight out a day to bring us ...
... that we decided to see the new Transformers movie. What more can you ask for? …Mindless action, Alien Robots and Mark Wahlberg – perfect!
A lot of the movie was filmed around the areas we had just visited too which made it extra cool to watch, for instance the ‘Autobots’ (the ‘good’ alien robots - for those that have better things to do than watch Transformer movies/cartoons!) were hiding in Monument Valley in part of the film at ...
... we resumed our trek north towards Grand Teton National Park. We arrived at around 8:30, checked into our cabin, and ran to town to get groceries. By the time we made and ate our quickly prepared taco dinner and put the kids to bed, it was about 11pm.
High for today – 88 in SLC
Miles driven: 495
GASP!! NO PICTURES TODAY!!
... dot but a friendly fellow visitor allowed us to look through his telescope to view this spectacular sight. I could see the bear chowing down on the huge animal; ripping pieces off as easily as tearing paper. It was fantastic. We decided to move on and eventually stopped by another man who was peering through some binoculars inside his car. We actually wanted some pictures from the spot but were conscious that he had also spotted something. Sensing this, he advised that he had seen ...
... Mountain to the south and Mount Hunt to the North. While hiking, students saw a beaver dam that was built one hundred years ago. Hiking was fun, and both groups did a shallow water cross over a log. The two other groups went the Moose Visitor Center, and explored the early history of the area. Outside, the groups spotted a red fox, and later saw another one at the trailhead to Phelps Lake. Phelps Lake is the sixth largest lake in ...