Crystal Inn Hotel & Suites West Valley City
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... After a warm night's sleep, we awoke to the sounds of cooking from the kitchen. Mark was mixing up some whole wheat blueberry pancakes, saffron scrambled eggs with chives and garlic, maple dipped bacon, fresh coffee and mimosas. The food was delicious and impressive.
We have some great friends with awesome hospitality. Thank you!
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... afield to find that elusive quiet spot!
The area reminded us a bit of the road we'd come down through Oregon on with steep hills and evergreen trees either side of the valley road
We went up a steep road called Guardsman Road which during Winter and ski season would be used to go to the ski lifts.
The view from where the sealed road lead was beautiful, but it was crowded with cycling enthusiasts ...
... it fun! it also is the amount security wants and they like it to be in clear bags. Carry more and you may risk them throwing it away. 3) Pack clothes of stretch jersey or exec rices fabric. These can be hand washed easy with a sample size woolite hand wash and they dry quick. Throughout Europe you will find many b and b's cottages and such will not have dryers and they hang clothes to dry. Marks and ...
... part of the United States Air Force Heritage Program and first opened in 1986. It moved to its current facility in 1991.
There are displays over 90 aircraft from around the world, in addition to a variety of munitions, equipment, auxiliary vehicles, and other items of historical interest.
In 1996, the Museum became the home of the Utah Aviation Hall of Fame.
Among the many aircraft on display are the B-17 Flying Fortress, SR-71C Blackbird, ...