Comfort Suites Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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- 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 …
... snapped on the move.
We finally saw a few critters, namely pronghorns and prairie dogs. The pronghorns grazed with along with the cattle, some even laying with the calves. We drove by several prairie dog villages as well.
For part of the drive through Wyoming, snow covered mountains followed along. One place we
did find to stop was the Point of ...
... drive into the city where the driver of the shuttle explained all the sights along the way you are dropped off in the middle of Temple Square where you can take a tour of some of the buildings with some of the "Sisters" of the Church who are extremely informative.
They do not in any way try to push their religion onto you, they simply explain the buildings, what happens in them and tell you a little history of their ...
... I told Harper that we should park in the lot and conduct an investigation. He agreed. I managed to get a couple of clips from the show and we listened to them through the car radio. Turns out, as we were listening to the episode clips, that the restaurant was a very dark place and had a 'thing' attached to it with long skinny spider legs, no eyelids and bulbous eyes. It could apparently touch and possess people and even follow them home. As soon as I heard that I remembered ...
... rain showers and "swam" upstream against the wind, with semis barreling down on us. More of the same tomorrow. I saw a sign advertising Jubitz Truck Stop in Portland, only 1215 miles ahead. April 26: Our drive today took us from Rawlins, MT to Ogden, UT with a very interesting side excursion to Flaming Gorge NRA. Flaming Gorge was named by Wesley Powell as he traveled down the Green River. He named it because of the bright red rock that layered on side of the river canyon. ...