Iron Blosam Lodge
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The next leg of our journey took us by train to Salt Lake City and onto Snowbird Ski Resort. We had a little spare time so we got a quick visit in to the Art Institute of Chicago, which is deceptively large and is like a rabbit warren inside. It's the sort of place you wish you could've spent a lot more time but they also cater for the quick visit well by highlighting some of the most famous and important pieces, such as some of the impressionist paintings. After a short wait we boarded ...
... through the Lake Tahoe area and made it Sacramento by late afternoon. Today was the day of football World Cup finals and Srikanta was feeling bad that he could not watch it. The match was between Argentina and Germany, which Srikanta which Srikanta followed closely on the phone. Germany won although Srikanta was supporting Argentina.
Our first visit in Sacramento was to suresh babu and ...
We had a beautiful leisurely drive from East Canyon to Salt Lake City. It took about 1-1/2 hours, but it was a less "puckered" drive than yesterday.
We arrived in Salt Lake City around 9:30 am, went to the hotel, the room was already available, and they let us park the RV in the alley right behind the hotel. And, the door ...
... before we left off, he gave me his information and told me to contact him if I changed my mind. He also happened to have an extra ticket waiting just for me. Seeming too kind to come from a stranger to pay for me to watch a concert, I definitely had my mind made up on not going to the concert. Atleast that's what I thought. Besides, I couldn't simply abuse his niceness.Waking up three hours later in the city, I walked out of my hotel to see a group of ...
... of Hill Airforce Base alongside developments in aircraft technology.
Our next stop was Golden Spike National Historical Park. This location was out in the middle of nowhere, and I mean nowhere.
May 10, 1869 the Union and Central Pacific Railroads joined their rails at Promontory Summit, Utah Territory and forged the destiny of a nation. Golden Spike National Historic Site shares the stories of the people and settings that define the completion ...