Airport Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TripAdvisor Reviews Airport Inn Hotel Salt Lake City
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Set off for the birthday smoke. All went OK until about 60 miles out of salt lake city. We hit the freeway - 6 lanes wide speed limit 80 miles an hour - welcome to chaos. Nearer to salt lake city came the flyovers, and turn off and lanes disappearing.
by the time we got to our hotel jeff was pretty stressed.
wanted to do a wash but the …
... RV Resort while awaiting the repairs. This resort looked great on paper and the first 10 reviews which I read were encouraging. Per my habit, I used Google-Maps Satellite images to confirm that we would have immaculate concrete pads for our rig, a picnic table, and great patch of green grass between the rigs. It is a gorgeous looking park with top notch security fencing, controlled entrances and more.
Unfortunately, when I awoke on our first morning and ...
... me to a man named: Henry A. Wallace. He was the Secretary of Agriculture, and eventually ran a quixotic attempt to become President. But it was a biography and his own writing which caught fire with me. From that point I went out in the backyard and began growing tomatoes, okra, squash, zucchini and purple and yellow eggplant: each with excellent success in a limit growing range. Since my deliverance to horticulture I’ve amassed numerous books on soil numbering and ...
... headed to our homestay in the suburb of Bountiful to check-in.
Our homestay was an interesting place – something from a 1970’s sitcom. Our host Deborah was a bubbly lady who reeled off a whole list of things we must see and do – forgetting we only had 48 hours in which to do it all!
Our room was comfortable, although the décor was a little old-fashioned and I'm not sure the décor was ever ...
... the starting point for five important westward trails - Lewis and Clark, Santa Fe, California, Oregon and Mormon Trails. We ended up at the Ophelia's for dinner. We had a relaxed dinner - no thunderstorms approaching and no tent to blow away. We wandered home passing the UN Peace Plaza and the Temple, world headquarters for the Church of Christ. It looks like a roll of ribbon, whose Center was pulled out to make a pointy tower. April 22: After a good night, we had the ...