Airport Inn Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... for fun and frolicking. We started by going to Lone Star Taqueria. We had just eaten but this did not stop Ted from checking out the fish tacos. Again this was once on triple D and was great. Sitting out on their patio made for a wonderful lunch. We then headed to check out Kaiti and Richard's new home in Sugarhouse near Westminister College. What a cute little home with a huge yard in a definitely transforming neighborhood. They have not quite moved in ...
... is different here though.
We then drove into Salt Lake City and could see Great Salt Lake from the interstate. We actually have a room at the University of Utah Guest House. This was some of the housing from the Salt Lake Olympics and it's really nice. We are at the halfway point on our trip and it's nice to actually have a bathroom, wi-fi, cell service, clean clothes, an actual bed, and TV (although we've barely watched ...
... city. It was such a glorious day, after hiking for a while we headed back as Kelsey needed to go to work so we dropped her off in downtown which allowed us to explore the Mormon Epicentre of SLC. It was kind of strange but at the same time not overly in your face.
While we were there we got some beers from the Epic Brewing Company as in Utah all mainline drinks are under 3.2% so we went for more microbrewery stuff. They ...
... because they loved it! We were a bit scared but decided to go with it. We walked into the gun shop and couldn't believe it. It's like on the movies. A huge shop filled with guns. It was really scary! Knowing these things can do the worst damage! There were men holding huge rifles and checking them out to buy. I was surprised at the prices. Guns ranged from $250-$1000. We looked around for a bit and then we all signed waivers and information ...
... turn. We have a metal gazebo on a concrete slab with a picnic table and fire pit. It's all on a little hill over looking everything. The boys are running around with there sling shot and guns. After dinner we sat outside watching the sunset. Off to the right of us, was a bison. He was making his way down ...