Crystal Inn West Valley City

Address: 2254 West City Center Court, West Valley City, Wasatch Range, Utah, 84119, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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Location

This 2 star hotel, located on 2254 West City Center Court, West Valley City, is near Raging Waters, Utah Symphony, International Peace Gardens at Jordan Park, and Wasatch Brewery.
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    Travel Blogs from West Valley City

    And the beat goes on.....

    A travel blog entry by annsadventures on Jan 25, 2015

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    ... JustFilms while working at the Foundation prior to joining UC Berkely last year.

    Carne Ross (Founder, Independent Diplomat in 2004–to address how the diplomatic system often excludes/marginalizes governments and groups most affected by the decisions made within it. He worked with British foreign office until 2004 when he resigned after giving then-secret evidence to an official inquiry into the use of ...

    Safety First

    A travel blog entry by elysbank on Oct 10, 2014

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    I live in the high desert of the Great Basin. So I found it a little odd when my mother bought me a car window punch tool. This tool is for one very specific purpose. It will break your window in order for you to escape if your car is sinking into a body of water. That hardly ever happens where I live.

    The Great Salt Lake is about 30 minutes from my house. And if I ever found myself ...

    Salt Lake City, UT

    A travel blog entry by abe_feuerstein on Jul 06, 2014

    ... some darkness in it, Mom" he mentioned several times. We finished our visit with an organ recital in the tabernacle building which was unbelievable. The organist played Bach's Toccato in D Minor, a famous piece that goes along with every haunted house you've ever been in. It was stunning. Our visit gave rise to a lot of questions and a great conversation at lunch at a Mexican place called the Red Iguana. I'd read about this restaurant online as a ...

    Finding A Needle In A Shit

    A travel blog entry by doove on Aug 17, 2013

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    ... staying there. The phone then called back and told me to step back outside.... Oook. Then the dude was like go back and collect your bags before coming to the entrance and calling again. Did that, to then just be told to leave... what the ****! The hostel wasn't even full, but apparently worked on a reservation policy only. Asked if I could therefore just reserve a room, and basically got greeted with a reaction as if I'd asked him to wipe my ****. Fine. Asked if there ...

    Utah State Fair

    A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather on Sep 07, 2012

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    ... consent of the legislature and the annual fairs became officially "State Fairs."

    The Utah State Fair has continued to promote Utah and it's products with events by the Utah Dairy Council, Utah Beef Council, Utah Wool Growers Association, and the Utah Farm Bureau. "Utah's Own" Food Court features locally grown and prepared foods from around the state. The Utah State Fair strives to blend the best of Utah tradition and heritage with new technology and modern ideals.


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