La Quinta Inn Salt Lake City Midvale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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... flashlight in case of a blackout. Before I venture out from Minneapolis, I will be stopping by Target. (It’s Minnesota. I think I am required by law to shop at Target.) I’ll pick up a roadside emergency kit to toss into the trunk of the rental car. I will neither confirm nor deny my intention to return it if it goes unused.
I’ve renewed my AAA membership and ...
... that sits 7 miles out in the Great Salt Lake that is reached by a causeway. Our first stop was the visitor’s center for information and to watch a film about the park. Next we went to the bathing beach, because of the low lake level the water’s edge was approximately 200 yards from what looked like the traditional shoreline, and that walk was somewhat difficult as it was over loose sand ...
Arrived in Park City Sunday afternoon. East drive. A street fair was happening in front of the Marriott we were staying at. We later went shopping for treats and of course diet coke. Today we drove to Salt Lake City and saw the Temple sites and of course a little shopping. Later we went to the Olympic park training site, then back to town to ride a gondola to the top of the mountain in Park City. As I write this Abby an Kathryn are off to a near by outlet mall. Good ...
... have a mini monument valley of sculptured pillars of rock rising out of the valley floor. I had thought I would have time to read, write, watch some videos, but there has been no time. Every bit of this journey is new to us, and we may not come this way again. It is its own distraction. I write this in spurts as the valley changes colour again and a freight train passes and we suddenly see some 3 deer, or were they elk? The journey is the ...
... pause button. As we progressed across America, we saw that we could very well make it before those twin storks were employed. We discussed early on about making sure we continued making this trip fun throughout. We knew ourselves. We worried that we would begin to make it a race. After all we are always up for a challenge. (As if this entire trip was not challenge enough). We kept telling ourselves that we needed to enjoy the process. Kentucky. Wow what a ...