Sheraton Salt Lake City Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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22nd October - This morning, Heidi, Toli and I hit the road for about 4 hours and headed to Moab. We toured through 'Arches' National Park. Wicked looking place.
The park lies atop an underground salt bed that is responsible for the arches, spires etc.
When we reached the arches I took off on what I ...
... were beginning to ignore most of them. We took less and less pictures. Oh, and yes, the meltdowns. Praying that the twins would hold off became a daily ritual.
On our second to the last day we would have been in Kentucky (VA border so near) the nagging would not leave. We were exhausted. It was hot. 70 plus miles into the day. 8 miles out of a town, Scotts rear tire (the new one we put on somewhere in Missouri) split the sidewall treads. And Scott loves to fly ...
... for 9 minutes. If you plan on going to iFly, plan on going two days, for ultimate fun. After the awesome time at iFly, we went to an indoor go karting palace called fast kart. We got this smoking deal of $50 a person gets 4 hours of unlimited racing each! The karts are fast, the customers are good people and the employees are as friendly as could be! If you're looking for something great to do that is family friendly, I definitely recommend visiting either of these two great places! Have ...
This morning is bright and sunny and will be clear all day. So says the weatherman. We'll see. Today is a day to relax and do some washing. $ 1.50 to wash and $ 1.00 to dry. Great price when we paid $ 3.00 in Canada to wash and $ 2.50 to dry. This may be our last laundry day before we get home. We hope it's the last anyway.
Just enjoying the sunshine and reading some. I have had a great time keeping the blog and I sure enjoy the comments ...
... Mississippi, 4th tallest in the world), that was built in 1974 when the EPA cracked down on air pollution. It’s a scrubber, removing sulfuric acid from the gases released in the smeltering process. Train cars were lined up on the track to carry that away. “It’s used in things like car batteries,” Ken said. An operation this big is also messy, after all, ...