Comfort Inn Salt Lake City / Layton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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Enjoyable day in SLC. Took free Morman shuttle from campground to the Temple Square in downtown SLC. Only took 15 mins to arrive. Went on a guided tour of the Tabernacle and other buildings on the site. Very interesting place with quite a history of how it all came to be. The temple itself took over 40 years to build. And was completed in the late 1800's. It's a beautiful structure built from granite quarried about 20 miles away. All ...
... Great Salt Lake. It turned out to be a rather stinky experience. We had expected that the water would have a strong smell -- we had not expected the brine flies and the dead birds on the shore. It was like the ocean at low tide times 10. The history of the location is rather interesting, with a resort there that's been rebuilt 4 times after fire, flooding and economic downturn have destroyed earlier versions. There was a small group of Spanish-speaking ...
... less than a fish or turtle that can. But then on the other hand neither the turtle nor the fish can fly. God makes each of us special and gives us different talents. It is our responsibility to utilize our talents and be thankful for them. Because we were talking about talents we went around the car and told each person what gifts we thought they had. Each of has different abilities and gifts. We ...
... we went to Park City. First stop was the Olympic center where we saw people practicing freestyle jumping into a pool. And guess what? They have a summer camp, I'm thinking Alston would LOVE that. Dinner was at a nice restaurant called the Blind Dog. Yummy, and gluten free food. Last event of the evening, we're picking up the Johnson kids for an overnight with us at the hotel. Should be ...
Utah is a beautiful state! We went from desert temperatures in Las Vegas to high plateau cool temperatures. Leaving Nevada we drove past Zion National Park Entrance. This will be on my wish list to return. The surrounding red mountains and canyons we saw along the way were amazing. Our first night on the road was spent at Beaver Utah....it was at 6000 ft elevation. This was our first blast of cool weather (35 or so) and somewhat of ...