Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites Salt Lake City - Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
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We are spending two days in salt lake city. We are just waking around and enjoying the view. We spent 2 nights in the hotel it cost $ 76 per night. cool it comes with a free breakfast. the total cost was $152. I am excited to see all the sights and I cant wait to have many adventures!! We also got gas and that cost $42.85. we will end up driving 230 miles.
- Traveled 241 miles and staying two nights in a hotel.
- Staying in Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites Salt Lake City - Downtown which was pretty nice and cost around $152 for the room with continental breakfast (for both nights).
- Just going to take a break from traveling and going to relax.
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 …
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... cool. We saw an exhibition of one of the steam engines, a replica of the original. Afterward, we drove on to Antelope Island State Park and camped. We had dinner and walked down to the lake - walked in. The lake is very low now and we walked out quite a ways to get up to our knees. Day 39 - Antelope Island State Park, UT - July 29, 2008 - Tuesday After breakfast we tried to go for a walk on the Lakeside Trail ...