Marriott Salt Lake City University Park
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... everywhere! Not unusual for a large railroad town: my hometown has maintained a somewhat diverse population (for Iowa) after the descendants of the Mexican immigrants who built the rails decided to stay. Today, Grand Island still has the Union Pacific Railroad, hosts the State Fair and boasts demographics of 25%+ of the population as Hispanic/Latino. Unfortunately all taquerias appeared closed for the night; I will plan better next time.
... eye before going to the station, but we left enough time to enjoy a swim in the hotel pool. Bryony loved this! We all loved it - it was an unexpected perk of the hotel! By 8.30pm we were all in bed and tired after a day spent mostly on the road; it was definitely a case of 'as soon as our heads hit the pillows'... At midnight we taxied to the station with all our luggage and waited eagerly to be reunited with the Amtrak ...
My birthday came around and I was not really looking forward to doing much. I wanted to move that weekend because I had found a new place and the house I was in was not very cool. I just didn't jive with all the occupants. There was Alix and Elaina who are married--they were both very cool, cleaned up after themselves, were friendly and conversational and super laid back. Alix's brother Nick and Micky were there as well. Nick didnt have a job for the longest time then got a part ...
... we visited the Chapel of the Transfiguration, a small wooden chapel built in 1925 that has a large windows behind the altar, which frames the view of the Cathedral Group behind it. It's definitely worth a stop!
We decided against the boring drive on the Interstate I-15 and instead took the Highways 26 and 89 towards Salt Lake City. We entered Idaho and drove through "cities" with sonorous names as Montpelier and Paris. Unfortunately, ...
... isn’t much else going on in this tiny town, just dirt roads and a couple stray dogs that couldn't be bothered to chase me down the road.
I made it to Salt Lake City and the next KOA campground where I set up Camp Fred all over again. Nice and shady campground but right in the middle of town so not the quietest places around. I walked around a bit to stretch and upon coming back to my campsite; I met my neighbor, Luke, who had an RV next to ...