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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Today no travelling. I slept till 9, had a coffee and some breakfast and went to the citycentre. Awful lot of rain again, so I drove around a little. Impressive buildings, only one picture taken from the car when it cleared up in the middle of the afternoon when I left the city. I spend about 3 hours in the library of genealogy. Very impressive, have found some ancestors and have an account to research it ...
... check the weather. The fog was burning off by 9:00 am and by noon, the temperature was to be in the 70s. The forecast proved correct. We packed the car and then went for a walk in the grasslands. Prairie chickens and prairie dogs were suppose to be in abundance; we saw nothing but a few birds we couldn't identify and many doves. We saw dog-like tracks which were certainly coyotes, given that we heard them several times during the night. They sounded like they were having a party ...
... Action manufactured by Winchester.
Browning only manufactured himself around 560 rifles which were the aforementioned Browning Single Shot Rifle before the patent was sold to Winchester for $8,000. However, millions have been built using his patented designs. He was considered a gun genius. After that he either sold his patents outright or later, with Colt, licensed them. He had more patents than all of the major gun makers in the world combined. In the late ...
... There were herds of elk and little wildflowers in reds and yellows and purples, alpine lakes and snow covered hillsides. Amazing. We stopped at the Alpine Visitors Center, had lunch, shopped for souvenirs, and said goodbye to Cindy, Gary, Rose and Grant, and to Rocky Mountain National Park. We set out down the mountains, heading for Dinosaur National Monument. Along the way we went over the Continental Divide and the start ...
... An unforgettable experience.
We walked around Temple Square looking at the Temple from the outside, the big Mormon administration buildings and the shopping area City Creek centre all owned by the Church. Then we walked over to the huge conference building and were guided by a church member into the auditorium which seats 21,000 people. The stage is set for the choir who often perform concerts there. This man, called a missionary, showed us through ...