Alta's Rustler Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... trolley system called Utah Traxit. SLC was the first major city in the west and also the first city to have electric lights. There was a nearby copper mine as well as huge silver mines which made this city very wealthy to say the least. I have to mention Utah University. Their medical research is amazing including artificial blood and it was the location for the first artificial heart transplanted into a human, known as Barney Clark who lived 112 ...
We wanted to get to Phoenix the day before our flight to Mazatlan so we wouldn't have to rush through the Phoenix airport to make a connecting flight. The night before we planned to leave, the direct flights from Salt Lake to Phoenix were not looking good and we needed four seats for the five of us (Baby Elyse could ride as a lap child if needed). Since Las Vegas is half way between Salt Lake and Phoenix, we looked at ...
... the same recreational area again. We picked up a few souvenirs then headed back downtown. We wanted to try a brewery that Laci recommended. We found out that it is located in Trolley Square, hopefully we found the right place. We had a beer and a late lunch, it was delicious. Manuel picked a really good beer called British Mild, had a note of coffee. My beer was good, tasted ...
... ranching country. The imposing Lincoln bust towering over Interstate 80 was certainly the best statue of The Great Emancipator I have seen. Abe continues to watch over me as I push west towards The Pacific. Laramie was disappointingly peaceful, I didn't come across a single gunslinger or lawman anywhere, what was the West coming to? Instead I took a visit to the Wyoming Territorial Prison Museum, the only prison ever to incarcerate Butch Cassidy. A recurring theme of ...
... I decided to forego travelling to Park City, and go into the canyon today, thus staying ahead of the storm. I rode out of Heber that morning and into the town of Midway to state route 256, which would take me right into Wasatch Mountain State Park. It was chilly that morning, but overall pleasant. Midway seems to host more tourists than Heber and had a couple of well-developed resorts.
The terrain became more steep and mountainous very quickly as I rode into Wasatch ...