Comfort Inn Salt Lake City / Layton
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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Despite the confused look Casey gave me when I told her this, I have added Salt Lake City to the small, but growing list of places I might like to return to in order to live a few months or more and really get to know and enjoy the area.
Enjoy the ride and keep your underwear clean!
... blacksmiths (he made me a hammered nail), and soap making, where we watched cold process soap mixed and poured into a mold. The chemistry of soap is interesting yet simple - lye and fats, with essential oils added to make it smell nice. Other highlights included a copper flame coloring shop, a letterpress printing shop (a retired printer just loved to explain all things printing), a knife maker (a young man who wanted to go away and study with a master knife maker when ...
I get to check off a few things I had listed on my Travel Bucket List.
Yes. There is an actual list. Don't judge me. I like lists. And I love checking things off lists.
So here is the final rundown:
- Mall of America
- The Corn Palace
- Wall Drug
- Mount Rushmore
- Badlands National Park
- Devils Tower
- Polar bears
- Northern Lights
... etc with a running commentary. The beds had a rolling pin built into the head to be used to flatten out the lumps in the corn-stuffed mattresses. The 1860's dark wood furniture was stained with ox blood and sealed with butter milk which gives it a sheen and takes away the blood smell. Very interesting place. The talk on the bus before we arrived was about the book 'Nineteenth Wife' about the 19th wife of the head of the Church who defected and ...
Can't get enough of Utah,yet. I took a small break from the Nat. Park tour and headed to Salt Lake City. On advice from my son, I first visited the Mormon Temple Square. Very glad that I did. The compound (35 acres) is nicely landscaped and contains a number of interesting things. There are guides everywhere, inside and out, who are eager to assist. I had a personal guide on two of my stops. The actual temple is off-limits to visitors and the choir ...