Baymont Inn & Suites Salt Lake City Airport
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Easy access from freeway. Clean and comfy beds. Breakfast is a bonus!!
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... eye before going to the station, but we left enough time to enjoy a swim in the hotel pool. Bryony loved this! We all loved it - it was an unexpected perk of the hotel! By 8.30pm we were all in bed and tired after a day spent mostly on the road; it was definitely a case of 'as soon as our heads hit the pillows'... At midnight we taxied to the station with all our luggage and waited eagerly to be reunited with the Amtrak ...
... we have a washer and dryer in the basement but its so small that my normal load is two loads now.
So I started moving my stuff Friday and started to move a couple of things Saturday morning before Harper and I were going out to do birthday stuff. Harper got home from his parents' around noon and I drove over to his place. I didn't want him to have to use his gas on my birthday so I had him drive my car. We started out heading south; he knew of a place that ...
... it back to the motel in time to prepare for the game. We walked to the field and fortunately brought layers for warmth. It was a good thing because it got chilly. The Royals were playing the last of a 3-game series against the Minnesota Twins. They had won the first two games of the series. So it was not surprising that they would lose 0 to 3 tonight. All of the scoring occurred in the first inning. There were plenty of hits throughout the game but no scores after the ...
... site. He and his wife are from Brazil and had been touring the US for three months in an RV and are now headed back to Brazil. Luke is a nice guy but a little hard to understand through a heavy accent. Occasionally, he would break into Portuguese for a few words, catch himself, and have to repeat in English. I think his wife was taking a nap because she never came out of the RV. After a great shower and getting comfortable, I went to the store at the ...
... it took about 40 years to build and much of the stone had to be hauled from Cottonwood canyon. It was quite a task. There were many people in the temple area, some in formal attire, like they were going to attend a wedding or something like that. I decided it was probably better at this point to return my bike now, since most of the sites in downtown can easily be reached by walking. Then I wouldn't have to worry about my bike being stolen in an urban area, like ...