Stage Coach Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Indoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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We went to Santiago. A few weeks later, there's a massive earthquake near Santiago. We went to Quito, the Cotopaxi volcano erupts. Galapagos, the Wolf volcano goes off. We're in Utah, where flash floods killed at least 20 people last week. We've just spent 4 days visiting the largest Supervolcano on any landmass on Earth.
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We woke early feeling not too bad at all considering the interrupted night we'd had. The view from the window (we were on the 11th floor) revealed a green-looking neat city, bordered by steep green hills to one side and then flat foreverness on the other. We could see what we imagined must be the Mormon Temple and other interesting buildings but they'd all have to wait until our return visit. Today, our mission was to get out of Salt Lake City and ...
... the parking lot before everyone else so that there would be plenty of room for the truck and camper. When we arrived the lot was empty and we had our pick of spots. We chose a nice, shady one and headed to the Visitor Center. Our own thoughts on the overwhelming number of visitors were confirmed when we overheard a five year old girl tell her mom that she preferred to come to Yellowstone when there were less people. She thought ...
... Basin. Again, we waited in a line of cars for a parking space. Heading out to the trail we were surrounded by all description of humankind. Old, young, big, tall, singles, couples, immediate family and large extended families were being brought by cars, campers and busses. All styles of dress could be seen from the "outlandishly unprepared for a hike in flip flops and designer bags with perfectly coiffed hair" lady to the ...
Today, we decided to take a tour bus around Yellowstone as Yellowstone is the size of Rhode Island and Delaware combined! We were slightly overwhelmed when trying to plan out where to go so we decided to leave it to the experts so we could see as many sites as possible in the park. There are two main loops within Yellowstone - we decided to take the lower loop as it has more of the famous attractions. We made our way from West Yellowstone, Montana, into the ...