Ogden Days Inn
Travel Blogs from Ogden
Great night sleep and lazy morning before leaving Tremonton, it was still cold so choose to leave around 10am and it was sunny and a little warmer. A friend said today that we will be thinking about these cold days when we get into the heat at 80-90 degrees....I'm sure of that.
We headed down South13 and then Hwy 89, going through the town …
... a second time to the recorded story of a lady who's young child was killed when he flew under a wagon wheel. Back in the RV Lydia wrote a recount of the story in her journal. We all got to have play on replica wagons and saw rut marks still left in the fields from the trail. Lunch was on the road in the car park of a Dollar Tree Store. Drove and drove and saw miles and miles of blue sky and nothing. We passed a large truck that had driven of the ...
... sheep and bighorn sheep. There is an interesting Visitor Center where you can learn the history, geology and biology of the Island. Pack a lunch and stay for a few hours exploring.
Our AZ PebbleCreek friend, Kathryn Sarter joined us at Hill AFB on her way to Canada to visit more friends from PC. Kathryn joined us on Saturday for some sightseeing in Ogden. First stop was Union Station.
Ogden's Union ...
... support people that worked to drop the bombs that ended the war. Also sitting here are several examples of nuclear bombs from copies of the first 2 that were used to today’s modern weapons, a fraction of the size, weight but 25 to 50 times the yield of the first two…
It seems like we walked ...
Ogden and Salt Lake City. Two M, Mormons and Mexicans.
I went to Ogden to spend there Thanksgiving week. When the plane is landing mountains are around and the lake under.
When talkink about Utah, most people think of snow and Mormons. Salt Lake city was indeed founded in 1847 by Brigham Young and his Mormons followers. (The founder of Mormonism or Latter Day Saints Church, Joseph Smith, was murdered in Illinois and never arrived in Utah).
As for the snow, it is ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
As we are cycling across the USA and thought we would be camping most of the time, we are finding motels to be cheaper or just as cheap as camping. So tonight we choose Days Inn and the room is clean, and from desk person very helpful.....Thanks
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