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 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 …
... to get some hero shots...the things I do...I scrambled up a rock formation to set up a tripod with a timer... couple of older guys were looking on...they had gotten there before me. They wandered over kinda told me I was crazy.....seriousllllyyyy am I? Just wanted a picture.... ****...granted it was about a 2000 foot drop but it wasn't that bad....
Then a young couple showed up and you could tell they wanted to do a couple picture so I volunteered and set it ...
... excellent price - just what we needed for one night's sleep!
The hotel offered a continental breakfast which we took advantage of the next morning. It's still a little bit overcast, but at least it's not raining. After breakfast we headed over to Albertson's to purchase a styrofoam cooler and groceries for breakfast and lunch while we're in the parks. We'll return to Jackson at the end our this vacation but for now...off to Grand Teton!!!!!
Friday July 10-Saturday July 11
Friday morning we left Yosemite National Park in CA to head out across Nevada and Utah. Before leaving California, we stopped in Bridgeport for some lunch. There were several restaurants in the town, but we found it odd that each one we tried had a CLOSED sign in the window during the Friday lunch hour. When we finally found an open restaurant, "Pop's Galley," we realized ...
... But our family? No sir. Instead we decided to explore downtown Salt Lake. Being that Salt Lake City is the Mormon capitol of the world of course there were a lot of Mormon buildings to see. Sometimes it is interesting to see the culture, traditions and architecture of different religions. We parked in a residential area and walked to "Brigham Young Historic Park" which was really pretty (see pictures). The grass and gardens were kept very tidy ...