Comfort Inn Downtown
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free airport shuttle
- High-speed internet in room
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... br> Inside was equally palatial and for a moment I thought I was in "Tara" and expected Clarke Gable to come out!
The views over the city just at dusk were stunning.
We also witnessed a couple of bridal parties having photos on the grounds.
The best was next to come, when we returned to the city and the Temple grounds to the Tabernacle to witness the fabulous Mormon Tabernacle Choir in rehearsal.
... continent have Hebrew blood.
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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 ...