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... familiar territory. As we zoomed past the exits to Bryce, Zion and Capital Reef National Parks we were momentarily regretful we didn't have more time to explore those amazingly beautiful places again. However new parks are on the horizon, with the Grand Tetons only a day away.
The trip was all dual lane interstate highway. Mountains were on our right not too far away, and we saw lots of agriculture, ...
... first Transcontinental Railroad.
Although the great pioneering, steamdriven days of the first transcontinental railroad are gone, the legacy of that time lives on at Golden Spike National Historic Site. Here, the reborn Jupiter and No. 119 are tangible representations of another era and serve as striking symbols for one of the most important events in our nation's history.
The Golden Spike Ceremony, which took place May 10, 1869, was ...
We successfully moved into our house and it has an nice feeling of home. We have been in Park City for a week now and it has been quite eventful. Our week so far has consisted or adventures like
Visiting Park City Mountain Resort
Shopping at Walmart (so good)
Finding our way around with the free bus service
The best hotel in Salt Lake City (SLC) is The Grand America, an intimate little hostelry with a 775 rooms. It's sister hotel which is directly across the road is called The Little America, which at 849 rooms didn't seem that little to me. I booked into The Little and they gave me a Tower Room. I think the hotel's names refer to the size of the bill, and certainly mine was remarkably small, all things considered. The room was so big that I had ...
... cutting in left right and center. Really had to keep my wits about me.
Salt Lake City itself is lovely. Laid out in a grid system, so really easy to find your way about. I had decided to splurge on a really good hotel. The Grand America. Had a room near the top, and a great balcony looking to the north and the hills. The suite was amazing as was the rest of the hotel.
Went out for a walk and it wasn't long before I found a bar! It was called The Trapp. First impressions ...