Radisson Hotel Salt Lake City Downtown
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Our first mission of the day was to make it back to the RV depot in Salt Lake City by 11am. To stand a chance of achieving this, we left Madison Campground at 5.30am... It was pouring with rain and felt thoroughly depressing to be leaving, however the many adventures that still lay ahead helped to combat this. Iain drove amazingly. We stopped only …
Not going to lie, today was fairly uneventful and mostly spent on the coach as we had a bit of ground to cover. First stop was in Afton, Wyoming at Star Valley Chocolates. The chocolates were delicious and Afton's claim to fame is they have the world's largest elk horn arch. Refer photo. I can also now cross Idaho off the list as we passed through …
Beyers: Off to the land of the Mormon, we hit the road to Salt Lake City. It was hot that day – like ridiculously hot, and the only way to survive is to be in air-conditioning. I think at one stage it reached around 47C.
We found a motel in SLC, checked in and went for a drive around town. What a beautiful and clean place. We walked around, had a look at the Capitol Building, and then went ...
... Moroni" popped in and told him to go back to the forest and dig up some goldish plates that had the history of some of the original peoples of America written on them, written by himself (Moroni) and his father (Mormon). So he did. Sure enough, he found the plates but couldn't read the writing.
Fortunately for Joe, he had been a treasure hunter in a previous life, and had these things popular in the day called "seer stones." They tell you where ...
... deboarding to the next gate where we had to go through security and I set off the alarms! Security is much more secure in other countries than it is in the USA. My Nook caused problems until I realized what the security person was asking; and, eh hm, my underwire bra set off the metal detector -- that was a first! ;-D)