Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites Midvalley - Murray
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... amazing. The Capitol of Utah is proudly perched on a hilltop vista overlooking the center of the city. We had to check it out. We enter the empty building and begin meandering looking for a self-guided tour station or visitor's center. This place is empty! We find a room marked as the visitor’s center and are informed that there are not enough volunteers to continue providing the free tours. We ask if there is a self-guided tour sheet and the young lady ends ...
... to describe the mountains around us everywhere we go. Actually I could never do it justice. We are surrounded by grey chisled peaks all touched with snow. Some just a dusting like icing sugar, some covered like a blanket. At the foot of these mountains there is one big city, Salt Lake which kind of reminds me of Brisbane without the heat and more industrial areas. A small collection of tall buildings, then lots of ...
... s award-winning documentary The Invisible War. It is really an expose of rape culture that we all hope will ignite a more compelling national debate.
Here is Amy and Kirby and then the courageous and amazing women who came forward
... games that kept everyone entertained. This resort stays open all year round with alpine slides, rope courses, zip lines and other activities like mountain biking and hiking of course. It was a fun day with Merla and Brian, Kaiti and Richard and little Dexter. We headed home to their house for the night and Kaiti who is trained in the fine art of hair coloring plied her skills on me as it was time and Liesel is far away in Arizona. I had brought the ...
... disembark when we arrived in Salt Lake City around 12:30am, then laid down on the big berth and waited for C to settle. It took her a really long time, but she got there eventually. Both kids slept through to the SLC Central Station, but had gotten enough sleep to not be cranky as we transitioned over to the hotel via taxi.
When we got into our room, D was only to happy to help arrange the beds so that everyone could get back to sleep.