Super 8 Salt Lake City/Airport
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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Did a job, decent location and had all the facilities you'd need at the end of a trip.
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Today we reluctantly left Yellowstone and our posh (but unsustainably expensive) accommodation and re-did the same drive, but in reverse back to Salt Lake City. As we had nothing else planned that day other than the 5-6 hours in the car we milked every last minute out of our cabin, checking out at exactly 11.00am.
... I had pasta with vegetables, ginger root beer, and a chocolate raspberry soy milkshake. Everything happened so fast but I liked it :)
Julia: The closing ceremony was great. The girl who sang was amazing and I liked the stories of the Young Women of Distinction. I loved, loved, LOVED Antelope Island State Park. It was super amazing to see the bison, antelope, and the deer. It was really cool when we saw ...
... and meltdown on January 3, 1961, killing its three operators. The event is the only known reactor incident in the United States which resulted in fatalities. Because of the nuclear contamination, the 3 personnel were buried in lead coffins. And to think we actually had lunch there!
We made Salt Lake City late in the day and checked into the La Quinta. Our first hotel in 14 days.
PS. Sorry for the long post. Roz has been driving all day and its boring just sitting ...
... in.. She was so excited ... she played for a while in the creek. Next we went to a concert in the Assembly Hall. The group was called SunShade 'n Rain.. Boy were they good. They did nostalgic music in three part harmony.. I knew all the songs! Today we took the free shuttle to Temple Square. Had free tours of a bunch of buildings. We ...
... were beginning to ignore most of them. We took less and less pictures. Oh, and yes, the meltdowns. Praying that the twins would hold off became a daily ritual.
On our second to the last day we would have been in Kentucky (VA border so near) the nagging would not leave. We were exhausted. It was hot. 70 plus miles into the day. 8 miles out of a town, Scotts rear tire (the new one we put on somewhere in Missouri) split the sidewall treads. And Scott loves to fly ...