Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites Midvalley - Murray
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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As we head south on our 250 miles route to Park City, UT the sun is out in full and no clouds. Off to our right are some hot air balloons in the early morning sky. We pass the Jackson airport as a plane takes off to points unknown. We follow the Snake River for miles and enjoy the canyon walls along the way. It neat to see the low hanging clouds in the valley and over the ...
... in the camper is. After considering it, I think the lack of space strikes me. Often, as soon as we hit a campground, the kid scatter and each go their own way for an hour or so. Jacob and Ruby have both mentioned how great it is to find a quiet place (with wifi!) where they can be on their own and not talk to anyone. There's a lot of togetherness and not a lot of privacy. This means that everyone knows everything about your day -- when you went to the bathroom, if ...
... called me to Alaska, I called Nikki. We decided on veranda suites on a 10-night Vancouver round-trip inside passage cruise. Right away I:
1-Started the South Beach Diet
2-Read every Alaska cruise review and blog I could find
3-Researched the Shadow on cruisecritic.com
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... thingy for cooking, I got a tool accessory and pop corn. We were sooooo happy! They were all so so kind! Nikki and I had so much fun! We loved it!
The house we decorated all over and they even had two Christmas trees!
After we had finished there at 8pm we were off to Nicole's mums house!
This was a lot smaller around 15 people. We all sat in there lounge sang some Christmas songs and a Christmas tradition they do is buy each other PJS! So ...
... parked near Temple Square. We walked the area and saw the famous Mormon Tabernacle and other church buildings. Our first stop was the Family History Library. This holds the largest collection of genealogy records in the world. Brian and I both signed up for www.familysearch.org and were instructed by volunteers how to use the system. We concentrated on Brian's family tree and spent quite a bit of time there. He learned his paternal grandfather was born in Southern ...