Hotel on the Falls
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free airport shuttle
- High-speed internet in room
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As we drove out of Salt Lake City through the mountain ranges, I found it difficult to imagine this place under snow. Let alone they held the Winter Olympics here, it was so hot and dry. We drove north crossing from Utah into Idaho. Rosie did an exceptional job at driving, and I have to say I was outstanding as co pilot, only sometimes I would get …
... to "Mountain Time" and then we were over the state border and into Idaho! Lo and behold in addition to all the produce grown before, the humble potato was now number one!! The "Potato State" was living up to its name! We stopped in Twin Falls for fuel and a late lunch - now that we had lost an hour - and had a look at the magnificent gorge that the Snake River had cut through the landscape. There was even a golf course that spread eagled the river, deep down at the base ...
... Nez Perce Indian tribe in 1877 during their attempt to flee the U.S. Cavalry. The 1,170 mile (1,883 km) trail traverses through portions of the U.S. states of Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming and Montana and connects 38 separate sites across these four states that commemorate significant events which occurred to the Nez Perce during their attempt to escape capture ...
... and down Sheridan and around the city. Eventually we went for droves around the Great Lakes and then the South. We are still driving together, all the way across the continent now. And these two kids are the result. We wanted that Beatles song to be our wedding song, but the DJ at the last minute said he didn't have it. It goes: "Two of us driving... On our way back home... You and me have memories longer than the road before us..." I never thought about it, but this is what ...
Visited craters of the moon nat'l park in arco, Id. Very cool! We climbed over lava beds, up lava cones, looked down into lava bursts, one still had snow in it!! It was really amazing! After that we went to Yellowstone bear park, saw lots of native animals, elk, deer, antelope and of course lots of bears!! We are headed to Yellowstone and grand Tetons tomorrow. Supposed to be in the 30's tonight!! Brrrr! , but 80's ...