Super 8 Motel Midvale / Midvalley / SLC Area
Travel Blogs from Midvale
... had guns and cannons in the 1870s. Their are not many of the tribes left but the ones that are left are very friendly and still live off the land in these parts of America. We then headed to Cody where we were staying for the night. We had a little bit of free time in the early evening until we headed to the Rodeo that night. We strolled the Main Street of Cody and meet some locals. Molly was my favourite she was a true cowgirl who rode in the Rodeo ...
... Canyon. While it took a while to drive there, and there was one stop at Paint Pots that Abe insisted on that wasn't as interesting as we'd hoped, the swimming was fantastic. Lots of people were there, enjoying the river and the comfortable but cooling temperatures of the water. At the deepest levels in the river some college-age boys hiked to the top of a cliff, nearly 30 ft. in the air, and jumped off. The current was strong enough to keep kids from easily ...
... are meant to be. It took a couple more weeks for me to get my funds together, but once I did I made the offer and it was accepted, and a week later we closed the deal! In spite of its history of being an early settlement of Swiss saints and their efforts to make it feel a little like their far-away home in the alps, it is a far cry from the beautiful and amazing Switzerland that I have called home for so many years. That being said, I do find it a ...
... went to the Lion Pantry. This was such a good choice. It is actually the home of Brigham Young! Before dinner we went to the Bee Hive House next door. Two sisters (one from Canada and one from South America) gave us the tour. They did it fast since we told them we were expected for dinner next door before they close. Originally these were Brigham Young’s offices and later part of his home. I guess when you have so many kids you need two ...
Travelled north from Bryce Canyon to the ski resort area of Park City, 25 miles east of Salt Lake City, staying at an upmarket Best Western, a luxury after our recent nights camping. Awoke this morning to 3" of snow on our car. As we had an " oil change " warning message on our car, Peter rang the rental car company to arrange a service or change over. Unfortunately he called from our hotel room and somehow the call went thru to 911. When ...
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