America's Best Inn Salt Lake City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the town which included a look at the Olympic park and ski jumps and the downtown area where all the restaurants are. I saw one of my favorite distilleries as well, called high west but didn't really have time to stop in and check it out. Then headed back onto the highway and drove by one of phoebes old houses which she pointed out to me. We then took a mini tour around Salt Lake City which is phoebes old university town so got to see her house, old biking routes, and even ...
... if our bodies would be held up in the water as people say b/c of the salt. We were pretty excited to find out it did!
Cool facts: An ocean is 3 percent salt in the water. The Great Salt Lake is 12 percent salt!
The Great Salt Lake is not connected to any ocean, but fed by rivers, mountain run off, streams, and ground water. When the water evaporates it leaves a high concentration of salt and other ...
... of the way. I hope it is his last...falls can hurt!
We caught the 6:00 shuttle to Park City in search of dinner. We ventures in Spurs... I would give it a 3 so we opted not to eat there. Next we walked down the street to High West. People were packed in there like sardines so Derek called Chimao's and got a table for us at 8. The food was unbelievable. Yummy. Gus said they have a 5 star rating. Fun hanging with these guys. They ...
... try to get their cars out while everyone else cheers. Have a look at youtube. The speed limits on highways seem to be 70mph here. We were doing about 80mph generally and were quite often being passed on Highway 191 (it’s name is the Dinosaur Diamond Prehistoric Highway) between Moab and Wellington. Stopped at Wellington for a break, gas and a drink. It started to rain, so on with the wet weather gear and head towards Salt Lake City for the night, ...
... to share the lowdown on SLC. Clearly just one person's take or opinion but an interesting conversation none the less. We talked about the Mormon religion which is the main faith in Salt Lake City. He (not a Mormon himself) explained that they believe when they die the men become rulers of their own planets, Emma quite fancies ruling her own planet. Oh no, she forgot, its only the men. The women are to marry young, around 19, and have big families, ...