Comfort Suites Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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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 …
... I did see the famous rock in the distance and behind me, and having not seen a "this way to the rock that looks like a ship" turnoff, it looked too distant to backtrack to. But there was other great scenery in the area, including some specatcular rocks that maybe did not look like something else but were still great rocks in and of themselves.
But even better was to come - almost right after entering southern Colorado, ...
... him. “Are,” I stop to gulp, “are you the voice that’s helped me?” “Well, that would be nice wouldn’t it,” he responds and stands cracking his knuckles. “No,” he says and comes half way to me and stops, “I’m not the voice that helped you. I’m, well, what do names matter? I’m your host while you’re here.” He spreads his arms out to the sides; the white walls tumble down like spilled ...
... and lots of smiling white teeth down below us around the Temple Square.
Again everyone inside was kind and welcoming. All wearing name badges that said something along the lines of ‘Elder Cunningham’ or ‘Sister Amnesia’. We couldn’t work-out the purpose of the building except for it must have been the world headquarters for the religion. From walking around, the Mormons are certainly not ...
... larks, doves, some type of sparrow, red-tailed Hawks and lots of grasshoppers with bright red legs and yellow wings. There was also one group of pronghorn antelopes on the way in (we saw many more pronghorns later in the day). We found Jan and Ron's visit to the high point noted in the register. We returned to I-80 and continued west to Cheyenne, WY. We completed a 5 k volkswalk around town seeing many historic buildings, Big Boy (one of the largest steam locomotives every ...