TownePlace Suites Salt Lake City Layton
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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- Free parking
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... you come to the Great Salt Lake Desert which includes the Bonneville
Salt Flats that holds speed testing in August. After that it is flat and white and sometimes blinding. This stretch of highway the speed limit is 80 and they were still stopping speeders so it doesn't matter what the limit is someone always pushes faster!
We stayed at a campground west of town and after we unhooked, rested then off to find a store. We have a ...
... bit more than South Park (at least to the point of how people go out!) Basically, pretty much all of them don't drink, so SLC and the whole state of Utah, bars close dead on 1am and that is it for the night. Alcohol is also watered down and they are VERY strict on marriage in general, so the whole sex before marriage is also a no-no (apparently anal is ok haha) but yeh other things are you can't order two shots at the same time, it is the worlds largest community ...
... On to Salt Lake, about 241 miles. Around 1pm we stopped in Wells Nevada for lunch at a dinner that advertised everything was homemade. I had a hamburger with a homemade bread bun. Boy was that good. Dave said the bacon with his breakfast was done to perfection.
Crossed into Utah so now we can add another another state to list of states visited since we started traveling after our retirements. We ...
... bakery on the main street that we stopped at and purchased fresh baked bread. Sounds a little incongruous, doesn't it? Booze, red light district, bakery........ Thursday was Celina's 18th birthday, so Jim popped for a birthday dinner at a local steak house. Celina was also prepping to take her road test to get her driver's license, which she did Thursday evening, and passed. Did I mention she ...
... Depending upon where you are in the lake the salinity varies. Some areas are as high as 25%.
At this point we’re getting hungry. We had decided to eat out for lunch today for something different. The kids were hungry for…of all things…pizza from Sam’s Club! (We really are a simple folk!) So, we trek off to Sam’s Club and have pizza (and fountain Coke) for lunch. It was quite the fancy Sam’s. They had a big screen TV with ...