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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Suites Airport Salt Lake City
Delicious breakfast, very nice staff.
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... for me to attempt to pack, since I had two suitcases and zippo organisation going on. Jess and her family were watching another episode of Psych, so it gave me a little time to pull out all my clothes and organise the luggage issue. Or so I thought - Anthea and Jess walked in after the episode finished and found me asleep on my bed, right where Jess had left me and absolutely no closer to being packed than before the she left the room. My ...
... plant that seemed to be moving, b ut it was a green bird, and as he flew away, he had yellow on his underbelly.
We continued up the hill to the information centre, where we watched a doco on the American bison who roam on the island freely without fear, as there are no predators,
The young lady in the gift shop was very helpful, and showed us where to get a grilled lunch.
... in Nauvoo, Illinois and crossing the US in covered wagons to the deserts of Utah, is a compelling story.
Starving and exhausted they settled in the Salt Lake Valley and immediately planted crops, trying to coax food from the dry desert floor. Water had to be carried from the surrounding mountains, and so did huge chunks of granite, brought down and smoothed into the building blocks of the Temple. It took 40 years for the completion of the Temple, ...
... great salt lakes, the mountains that we were on top of, and the city of salt lake too, just completely bathed in the red and orange glow of the setting sun. I took photos bit it just didn't do it justice, it looked like a new painting every 30 seconds as the sun bounced off the few clouds in the sky. We all had a beer at the top and lookedp around in agreement that it was definitely worth the trek up there. We then headed back down and soon went to bed to rest up for tomorrow. Until ...
... can't be changed.
PS: Dad you should go there (with me so that I can see it too, this time), it's a dream!
Salt Lake City is an awful city; to big, to fare away from the forest or something green, nothing special, cold and grey like most of the buildings ...
I definitely have to go back to Jackson sometime soon! Maybe with my dad: would be nice!!
Till the Grand Canyon, laters.