Residence Inn Salt Lake City - City Center
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">Annabel: I was a bit disappointed by the early morning and afternoon sessions. We seemed to be spending too much time on paperwork when we could do the paperwork at home. One of the best moments was being able to spend lunch with a Girl Scout alumna. We were able to talk about our Girl Scout projects, high school, and future plans. It was inspiring to hear her story and where she has ended up ...
... they start early!) we had to make a dertour via Madison and Canyon Junction which cost us 2 hours. However, we saw a BEAUTIFUL sunrise and some buffalo that were also covered with ice drops :)
During our drive along the shore of Yellowstone Lake the day began to get more power and again, the sun was shining down on us warmly. We left the park and had our breakfast with a great view on Lewis Lake. After entering the Grand ...
... evening at a wonderful Swiss restaurant called Franck's (pronounced with a French accent). It is set in an old house in a neighborhood that is not obvious just driving by. What a meal! The choices were few but spectacular. It is famous for it's meatloaf. We know.....meatloaf you say?! Yes with huckleberry sauce and vegetables that have been transformed to be anything but ordinary. Kaiti and Richard Brockmeyer came along with us and they also really ...
... did the walk. I can’t remember much of what I learned but it was good to stretch my legs. Ni carried on reading...
The night was largely uneventful too with just enough time to eat four plates of food at an all you can eat chinese Buffet and to use the hotels pool and hot tub before collapsing for a well needed rest.
With travelling around the National Parks ...
... wonder we were exhausted. We did.
We got a hotel room for the night. We now had to make our own route up, as the map from Troy in KDOT would run out. We had a truck, we bought maps, we ran all over looking at things. We were freaked out about the speed of this truck. We had not driven for 10 weeks. The more we drove around, the more a nagging feeling came over us, mostly me. I became so frightened of traffic. I asked Scott if we could just ride part of the new ...