Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites Salt Lake City - Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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Today we started off early in the motel lobby having breakfast - 50 people trying to get toast cooked in a single toaster in a room that holds 2 small 4 person tables. Luckily for me I was already waiting out the front, using the internet to call home so was there when the door opened at 6.30 and cooking a bagel soon after. There was …
... well though and didn't complain but was pleased when Gary decided to stop for a coffee. I was soooo desperate I went to McDonalds for a bacon and egg burger. After that I was ok and put into the drivers side and away I went for a solid three hours. It was easy driving and with cruise control, travelling at 75mph we made good ground. Apart from a few road works that was the speed the entire way. The roads are ...
... Square. Then, from the 26th floor of the office building we were able to see the whole of Salt Lake City.
After that we then went to the City Creek shopping mall to do a bit of shopping. We also ate lunch at the Cheesecake Factory. When we got back to the hotel, we went to the pool and sat out in the beautiful sunshine!
... church, though only about half its citizens are Latter Day Saints (or Mormons.) This religion is quite similar to ours, although very strict and with a belief that there is a prophet that lives today who has 12 disciples also living and in SLC. The missionary girls that showed us around paid to be in SLC for 18 months to show people around and spread the word of the Mormon religion. (in fact no one who works for the Mormon church gets paid for it.) Clever way of trying ...
... The ride through Wyoming was boring scenery wise as the land scape was shades of brown. The 'mountains' and rocks looked like piles of sand marked by rain running down the sides. Even a government sign said that the landscape was almost depressive. Once again the wind made riding interesting. I was buffeted so bad I had to slow down to 60 mph!!
But, as soon as I left Wyoming for ...