Comfort Suites Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 …
... for a good night’s rest!
The following day, after a delicious breakfast sat in our homestay’s sunny back garden, we went back into downtown SLC to complete our conversion into Latter-Day Saints.
First we stopped at the Utah State Capitol building and did a lovely circular walk around it underneath a tree-lined walkway.
With breakfast walked off, we paid a visit inside the Joseph Smith ...
... 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 ...
... Lake City about 5 but stopped for an hour at T-Mobile shop to sort Anna's USA SIM card. Anna got the card in Wisconsin but it has never yet worked. Tried many times in Yellowstone. Very helpful people at a small shop on the edge of Salt Lake City eventually supplied a new card and so at last she has a data connection and full connection to the South African relatives.
Then a short drive and we can see the Great Salt ...
... to study designs and techniques. The design chosen was a Gothic revival plan with East Asian influence. The home is a replica of a house Alfred and Elizabeth saw while driving on Riverside Drive in New York City.
While the home was under construction, John R. Winder and McCune called upon the First Presidency of the LDS Church. McCune told them that he and his wife, Elizabeth, were building a new home and wished to rent the Gardo House for two or three years. ...