America's Best Inn Salt Lake City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to take in the panorama of crystal clear blue skies and surrounding mountain ranges, my olfactory organs were assaulted. My first reflection was that terrorists had bombed the RV Park's sewage handling and pumping systems. Climbing to the roof of the RV, I surveyed our surroundings. From this vantage point, I ascertained that we had not one, but two Oil Refineries as neighbors. If only I had read the 11th review!
The Big West Oil Refinery is ...
... physiology, agronomy itself, chemical compounding, sea water fertilization, et cetera.
On we mushed down the Gardens to the Dumke Floral Walk to the Fragrance section, truly beginning our botanical odyssey. It was still somewhat cool and the shade kept us lively enough to keep going forwards. The Fragrance Garden – though I have anosmia, the inability to smell anything, ever – was less than fragrant, that’s what Kendall said. But the beauty of ...
... But this is always half the fun of staying in someone else’s house.
Then we hit the city, only a short drive away. And what a wonderful city it is! It is spotlessly clean, well-cared for and manicured with beautiful trees and flowers everywhere. It certainly feels like a place where everyone enjoys living.
There were no stressful commuters. No grumpy faces. Just lots of smiling people with white teeth ...
... get an early start on driving. By 5:00 a.m., we were dressed and having coffee and breakfast. At 9:50, we pulled out of the campground. If you're wondering what happened between 5:00 and 9:50, so are we.
As we set up camp in Salt Lake City, we heard a grinding sound while lowering the levelers. Those of you who've ...
... just, la la la, casually walking up. The peak was 5,400 ft above sea level (SLC is 4,200ft at the lowest point). So out of breath but worth it! A lot of dumb broken glass though. Someone should clean that up.
We stopped halfway and chatted about dating and who I'm looking for. He had some thoughts. We saw two couples hiking up and turns out that two of them were from Chicago! THey are moving possibly next month!
We continued up ...