Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites Salt Lake City - Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Today is our travel day. We were up early, fed and on our way by 7:30. We had such a great time it would have been nice to have had a few more days to enjoy family time in snowy Beaver Creek.The road to the airport was really icy. Karin took a picture of the outside thermometer in the car that read 0 degrees. John was happy to be driving the big …
... when we did. We left Friday and on Saturday we heard they had a lot of snow which of course caused more road closures and in addition to that, the road between Mammoth and the Northeast entrance was closed due to a rock slide and is supposedly still not open as I write this. Between the timing for being able to get out the East entrance (Sylvan Pass) and road closures that could correspond with those hours and the fact that the Northeast entrance is now inaccessible (since ...
... the best seats in the house but they were good enough. I wasn’t willing to pay hundreds of dollars for a seat. The crowd was mad, they screamed and clapped and got behind their home team. They also booed. I have never heard one man cop so much slack from an opposing team as Kobe Bryant did. Kobe Bryant was one un-popular player, I could quickly see why when he started to cause havoc for the Salt Lake Jazz early on and scored the final point to seal the Lakers win in ...
... ranges, maybe they where right. Anyway, got in to those mountains and build my camp. Next day. I was keeping myself in the valleys as much I could, until I couldn't. Did fill my bottle to maximum and was drinking the spring water. Then I did start my climb. It took almost an hour to get up to the first hill, and the mountain was at least three times that high, but I did keep on walking. When I did reach the mountain I was tired, sun was warm, and no wind to cold ...
hello again, We are in Utah and another day of heat 105f at least today. we spent the last 2 days at yellowstone national park WOW!!!!!! there was so much to see and so different. We seen lots of elk and 200+ buffalo. the buffalo had us held up in a traffic jam for ...