Homewood Suites By Hilton Midvale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... of silly. But I feel a little superstitious about it. I know if I have it, I will never need it. It’s silly. But I know my mom would approve.
As all parents do, my mom and dad want to make sure that my solo adventure will be as safe as possible. I get it. I’m a mom too. Moms worry. Always.
So I have been making sure I will be as safe as possible. I’ve got ...
... My favourite part of the Rodeo was the women's barrel racing it was awesome. It was so beautiful in Cody with all the mountains surrounding the small town and all the stars in the sky we haven't seen to many stars in America as the big cities put off to much light with all their skyscrapers that it blocks out the stars. We had, had an amazing time in Cody it was such a shame we were leaving tomorrow but we were excited we were going to Yellowstone National ...
... fountains galore and a shopping mall including Macy's and Nordstrom's. I noticed with all the workers and visitors and the Capital being a few blocks up the road there isn't much traffic congestion. However, they have electric railway and light rail system that run thru the county.
We needed some items from Camping World so we headed south. We were going to spend
another day but we would have had to move so we decided to hit the trail. ...
... City, arriving well after dark. That is where we detrain and wave the Zephyr off on its journey to California. This isn't about destinations. The train is the journey. Talking with strangers. Eating. Watching as the scenery changes and picking out details in a landscape invisible to everyone other than travellers on this train. Now all of a sudden our landscape is dotted with oil pumps. Each with a tank. None of them active. And then ...
In the decline of the day, near Kentucky river, as we ascended the brow of a small hill, a number of Indians rushed out of a thick cane-brake upon us, and made us prisoners. - Daniel Boone As Boone was a prisoner in Kentucky, so were we. We became prisoners of our own making. When we began our trip we knew that we would not be able to complete the entire trip before the twin boys arrived. We thought we would make it a little over half way before we would need to ...