Courtyard by Marriott Salt Lake City Downtown
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... ve had a lot of my family and Allen is thrilled to see some of his finally. I discover most of my geneology on Moms side is done going way back. If it is correct we are related to William the Conqueror, Charlemagne and royalty throughout England, France, Germany, Sweden, even Italy, Spain and Greece. How fun is that. Of course it is all ancient ...
... you must be new here." I then replied "are you for real" He then preceded to tell me that I must check out the Clark Planetarium. I decided to take his advice, After 20 minutes of driving I made it to the planetarium. I bought a ticket and sat through the show. Afterwards I was so amazed with the show I went on Google and wrote a review, Then I proceeded back to my hotel, I made it back to my hotel and headed back to my room. I instantly pass out. Thus today was an interesting day.
... from our hotel for dinner. It was 'all you can eat' for only $14, so I made sure I got my money's worth :).
It was a quick 2 minute ride over to the hotel, which was nice after an insanely long day of sitting on the bus. The bed is seriously the most amazing and most comfortable bed I have ever been in, and the pillows are a work of genius. I wish I could take it home. Definitely going to get my money's worth out of this hotel, so an early night for me. Peace out from Salt Lake City ...
... next stop was dinner at Lion House where Brigham Young and his many wives and family once lived.
We were given vouchers which gave us a discount to a very tasty meal.
After dinner we then went up Capitol Hill to see the opulent and most expensive State Capitol in America, where the buildings are granite partiallywhich was brought in locally, but they ran out, so they the imported the rest from Italy, so that it ...
Once in Phoenix, we had the option to fly direct home on either US Airways or Delta. From our experience coming in to Phoenix on Delta and connecting to US Airways, we decided to just stick with US Airways so we wouldn't have to change terminals. We were easily cleared on the flight home, but once again we weren't sitting next to each other. A passenger next to Scott noticed this and asked if I wanted to change seats with him. I ...