Fairfield Inn Salt Lake City South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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We had really enjoyed our short time in Salt Lake City. A great place to stop off, see lots of white teeth, warm smiles and catch our breath between National Parks. As ...
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, ...
After leaving Dead Horse Point, we set off for The Fifth Water Hot Springs which were on the way to Salt Lake. On the way we stopped at a gas station with a rundown Mystery Machine parked outside which was rather cool. The springs were around 3 hours from Moab and had been recommended by my friend Brittney who I'd met in Zion and was staying with in SLC. They wereabout a 45 minute walk from the road but were really worth it, it ...