Econo Lodge Downtown
- 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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... amp; stop at Visitor Center. Drove the scenic drive to its end point (just 10 miles round trip). There were large patches of snow by the road - this section of road was closed just 2 days ago when it was raining in Springdale, it was snowing here. Walked around a bit at top of drive but it is quite chilly so we skip a hike & head on to SLC.
Beautiful drive up the ...
... machine :).
After another round of fruit toast and a cup of tea (apparently doing laundy and showering was just so exciting I got super hungry again), Anthea dropped Jess and I up at Olympic Park; the home of the 2002 Winter Olympics. It would be so nice to see Salt Lake City during snow season, even if it would be insanely cold. Unfortunately the activities that you can do in the park were either closed or booked, so after a quick ...
... book. As we were leaving our guide, a lovely man, laughingly told me that they only have one wife - it's 100 years since they practised polygamy. There are 50m Latter Day Saints in the world and the number is growing. Our guide, although trying to be diplomatic was fairly scathing of how the top men were so rich and the wives were kept poor and downtrodden - the Temple Square certainly wreaked of money. It takes up a whole block and took 50 years to ...
... fewer than half the population of Salt Lake City proper are members of the LDS Church today.
Immigration of international LDS members, mining booms, and the construction of the first transcontinental railroad initially brought economic growth, and the city was nicknamed the Crossroads of the West.
Salt Lake City has since developed a strong outdoor recreation tourist ...
... the sight seeing and make a dash for salt lake city. It was sad to leave arches like this, it truly is a beautiful spot and who knows if I will ever get back here again, but safety first. I do hope to come back this way again. Driving into salt lake city you can see why the Mormons would see this spot as the promised land and stop. Snow covered mountains on the east, a vast salt lake to the west and beyond that a desert with an enormous salt flat for 100 miles. It's imagery ...