Rodeway Inn Downtown
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Moved to Draper to get some work done on our Excursion. The work needed was written up on Wed. We had the coach at the gate by 8 AM so work could get done in one day. The 5 or 6 tiles that needed replacing turned into an all day project. So General RV ran a power cord out to the road and we spent the night camped on the side of the road. ...
... kids sleep in a little bit later.
We parked at a light rail station on the west side of Denver and rode it downtown to Union Station. It was actually the kids' first time on the Denver light rail since we never really take them downtown (no Rockies games yet), and it was a gorgeous morning. We were so excited!
We had no trouble checking in our bags (one bag of clothes, one giant duffel bag containing two car seats, and ...
... had completely come apart during Yellowstone, so whilst I had nothing to do, wanted to find a needle and thread to fix that up. Had no idea where to start looking, so naturally turned to Google and found some fabric stores. Found two, so walked there and asked, to again be greeted as if I'd shat on their daughters face. Similarly to before, asked if they maybe had any suggestions of where I might be able to find one, and helpful levels dropped down to a marzipan ...
... the Wasatch Mountains. The mountains provide a wonderful backdrop and a variety of great recreational opportunities. In winter, piles of dry snow smother the Wasatch, providing excellent downhill skiing at 7 large resorts within 45 minutes of downtown, including Alta, Solitude, Snowbird and Brighton. In summer, there is good hiking and mountain biking. Wasatch's Little and Big Cottonwood Canyons are known for their rockclimbing spots.
Today we headed to down town ...
... crops, and typical American red and white barns – quite a standout against the green fields, brown earth and mountains in the background – another lovely part of the world ! Also at Alpine – like Jackson – there was an Elk Reserve which was developed to help feed Elks in winter but also to stop them roaming around the town – so far so good !
We then passed through the Star Valley at the southern end of The ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking