Econo Lodge Downtown
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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 Conference Centre is primarily used as the bi-annual meeting place of the global Mormon hotshots. Here they talk about their religion, welcome new members, vote new apostles ‘to the board’ and just hang-out and catch up with old Elders and Sisters they haven’t seen for a while.
The most impressive part of the Conference Centre is the auditorium which ...
Spent most of the day in transit from LA to Oklahoma via Salt Lake City.
Picked up hire car from the airport and gingerly rolled out (down the in coming lane) and onto the street for my first go at driving on the wrong/right side of the road. Straight line driving was a breeze, ...
... larks, doves, some type of sparrow, red-tailed Hawks and lots of grasshoppers with bright red legs and yellow wings. There was also one group of pronghorn antelopes on the way in (we saw many more pronghorns later in the day). We found Jan and Ron's visit to the high point noted in the register. We returned to I-80 and continued west to Cheyenne, WY. We completed a 5 k volkswalk around town seeing many historic buildings, Big Boy (one of the largest steam locomotives every ...
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... certain things never change, there was quite a bit that had grown since last I was here. I'm sure being home to the 2002 winter Olympics had a little to do with that. Since we arrived on a Sunday (and not much happens on Sunday in Utah) we settled into the KOA and planned out our next 2 days.
Our first day was spent at This is the Place Heritage Park, gaining an appreciation for how the valley ...