Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown
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- Indoor pool
- Hot tub
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Well I had one of those nights where I slept well till around 2.30am then I wakened and could not get back to sleep. We'd met Daniel earlier last night and he'd been telling us that the South Exit to Yellowstone was now closed because of forest fires there. The smoke had worked its way down to Jackson and I could smell it in our cabin. That with …
Following Snake River Canyon, we leave Jackson on a cold morning that will warm up soon. The leaves are starting to turn but there's still a way to go. We drop down into the Star Valley, an agricultural area following the Snake River. The river is full of trout here. We see lots of large nests on telegraph poles and stands. They are for the Osprey …
Home of the Mormon faith, a religion begun by Joseph Smith. As we enter Salt Lake City we are struck by how flat the plain is nestled in among the mountains. We stop first at the Capitol Building, very grand structure overlooking the city. We then take a drive up through the old town where architecture is a mix of early pioneer, Victorian, …
... around in the mall I spot an Apple store and decide to do something I've always claimed I would never do: Buy an iPhone. All other excuses aside, my Galaxy S3 has been freezing on my 10 times daily and I'm sick of it. As I really don't feel like setting it up again, just give me the simple iPhone already. At least while I'm here I can save some money on it. Yes I know: all of you are waiting to shout your "I've told you so"'s, they'll have to wait until I'm back.
... 8217;s toilets had a line too ! It was chaos and held us up slightly but we pressed on towards Bear Lake where many people used to have their summer holiday homes.
Onwards to Bear Lake …
We continued on after a half hour morning tea break. By now we were in Idaho and shortly after we entered the Carribou National Forest. We drove through a town called Montpelier which has a connection to Butch Cassidy where he and his gang robbed ...