Econo Lodge Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsEcono Lodge Downtown Salt Lake City
clean, and convenient to downtown, and the price was right, nothing fancy
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...the second best are those that filled my suitcase so full, I ended up packing my laundry in a box and shipping it home FedEx.
Here are a couple highlights:
- My Teddy Roosevelt bear from the Rough Riders hotel--he sat on the bed, giving me sad eyes behind his tiny bear spectacles. I had to adopt him. ...
... cute little log house that's not only home to real food, a nice cup of tea made with a real kettle, but also MULTI-PLY TOILET PAPER!! Apparently it's the little things in life :). After a chicken sandwich and an amazing cup of tea, the three of us went to pick up three of Anthea's four kids from school. It was nice to be out in the sunshine again, and also just wlking around in general :).
We go home, played some uno and even helped with ...
... first stop, the Assembly Hall, allowed us to see the first worship space built by the Mormons. Our guides made sure we got the appropriate understanding of all the architectural items that surrounded us. And the building is a wonder.
The guides also took us to the South Visitors Center where the model of the Temple is displayed. All the walls are covered with pictures, quotes, media displays telling the Mormon story, especially their emphasis on the ...
... locusts, with the bonhomie of the Snake Oil Salesman). I had left the next day free for an exploration of Temple Square, the headquarters and nerve centre of The Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints, known to us as the Mormons. Locally the Mormons are called LDS, and we'll stick to that because its shorter and probably more politically correct. Temple Square is enormous at 35 acres and consists of various humongous buildings which the ...
... attitudes and behaviour toward the environment" (MIddleton, 133). I would be surprised if not everyone has heard of the Three R's. Considering our current economic situation, I think that more people are adhering to the philosophy of the Three R's. I can see any budget conscientious family repeating the mantra "Reduce, Re-use, Recycle". What Middleton does in this chapter is expand upon those 3 principles. He argues that the Three ...