International Ute Hostel

Address: 21 E. Kelsey Ave., Salt Lake City, Utah, 84111, United States | Hostel
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This hostel, located on 21 E. Kelsey Ave., Salt Lake City, is near The Tracy Aviary, Liberty Park, Wasatch Brewery, and Classic Cars International Antique Auto Museum of Utah.
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Travel Blogs from Salt Lake City

A rainy day driving to Salt Lake City

A travel blog entry by ingridswing on Sep 15, 2015

... good job, and I was happy to hear this one again. It kept raining all the time, the wind was very chilly and Mark had to warm his hands on a cup of tea or under his arme every now and then. During Marbletown Jim Cox again had an incredible solo on piano. All in all a good show. Some remarkable moments: a Rainbowwarrior appeared and Mark saw it and pointed to it to make the other bandmembers zware of it. And at the second half we had some ...

A day of travelling and a bit of Salt Lake

A travel blog entry by naomim-j on Aug 08, 2015

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... shop at the services at Pocatello just south of Idaho Falls and therefore over the halfway mark to our final destination. We'd stopped in the same place on the way up so it was nice to call in somewhere familiar. Throughout the journey, Bryony was a total star - she listened to stories for about 2 hours, snoozed, and also enjoyed some Monsters Inc. too. It's quite funny really because there's no way we would normally consider ...

The Weekend!

A travel blog entry by dreamkeepr18 on May 02, 2015

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... I had shot a glock before so it wasn't too bad.

Time was up and we had to head down to his parent's house which was in Lindon--about 20 minutes south of SLC. They had a really big new house (they built it when Harper was 10 years old). We had a nice dinner of pork loin, mashed potatoes, rolls, and lots of fresh vegetables with a homemade dill dip. First home-cooked meal since I left home. :) The dinner was nice, sort of like my family's dinners. Pleasant but ...

Day 5 - Meridian, ID to Salt Lake City, UT

A travel blog entry by chavarriaz on Aug 10, 2014

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... to put him back together but he says the accident was his fault for being stupid and not paying attention. That and too much speed caused him to lose control and trash both himself and the bike. Funny, but of course, in typical redneck stereotype, he had to show me some scars with the wife telling him "take off that damn shirt and show him that big scar"'. I about peed myself when she said that and had to look around to make sure this wasn’t some kind ...

Day of Travel and Rest

A travel blog entry by dianneswisher12 on Feb 17, 2014

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... less than a fish or turtle that can. But then on the other hand neither the turtle nor the fish can fly. God makes each of us special and gives us different talents. It is our responsibility to utilize our talents and be thankful for them. Because we were talking about talents we went around the car and told each person what gifts we thought they had. Each of has different abilities and gifts. We ...

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