Comfort Suites Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Suites Airport Salt Lake City
Delicious breakfast, very nice staff.
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Well, goodbye Jackson! Heading to Salt Lake City. First stop - Big Piney, via hwy 189. We would descend, then ascend again. We were on the plateaus at the top of the mountains, at about 7500 feet. Today was a day to explore rock shops, since we were near Kemmerer, Wy., which is the fossil capital of the world, according to their welcome sign. The …
After wandering a bit, we were tried so we headed to Provo Canyon and found a small park where we took a blanket and took a nap in the sunshine.We got up after an hour and decided to head out to Eureka and the ghost town.
We drove down the highway and turned off to go down some lonely country roads filled with pastures of cattle. We were driving through a small town when I happened to look over towards Harper and saw Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant. ...
... off normally when we checked out of our motel and drove to our final state capital of this trip, Topeka, KS. We found a pleasant cafe recommended by a passerby where we had breakfast. We located a volkswalk route (5 k) through downtown Topeka ending at the Capitol. On the drive out of town we stopped at the historic but inactive railway station in North Topeka. We drove north and west on the back roads to a section of the Oregon Trail, originally 13 days from the beginning ...
... book. As we were leaving our guide, a lovely man, laughingly told me that they only have one wife - it's 100 years since they practised polygamy. There are 50m Latter Day Saints in the world and the number is growing. Our guide, although trying to be diplomatic was fairly scathing of how the top men were so rich and the wives were kept poor and downtrodden - the Temple Square certainly wreaked of money. It takes up a whole block and took 50 years to ...
... with all the amenities.
Pic 2 - Pat's place in Boise: Stopped off at Pat Durkin's for a cup of coffee. He is home enjoying retirement. Nice place and brand new truck. It don't get better than this. He has a room in his small house for nothing but his computer equipment and toys. Right across the street is a walking path that looks pretty nice and he says it goes for quite a while. He said, he and his son get to do quite a bit together ...