Homewood Suites By Hilton Salt Lake City Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... be a 10 minute walk but instead returned an hour later after basically 'taking the long road home' and going right around the back of the arches and feeling temporarily lost.
I guess the buzzards circling would have eventually given me away if I was any longer? Anyway, see gallery for more photos, kiddos. ...
... I didnt have it serviced fully - extortionate prices!. Bob payed a similar price and Tony who had caught up with us paid190 dollars as his bike needed a very minor repair.
Bob and I then go to Wrights a bike accessory shop in another part of town, Sally got us there OK and safely through the busy highways of traffic.
As it was so hot I ended up buying a new riding jacket - a ...
... at is just across the parking lot from a HUGE outlet mall and I was ready to shop 'til I dropped.
Upon arriving in Ontario, I turned on my phone to see five missed calls, three voicemails, two emails, and one text message from my bank. It turns out that there was a $5 fraudulent charge on my debit card and it had to be cancelled! It was the only card I had brought with me, so how's that for irony!!! Oh well, I enjoyed a 24-hour ...
... our experiences.
Cruisecritic had some negative reviews of the Shadow and Silversea, but we had loved our previous Silversea cruise and were confident we would have another fabulous experience. I hoped James and Nikki would love it too since we had convinced them to splurge on what we promised would be worth the luxury price tag.
This was my second time to Alaska (I had sailed on the NCL Sky in July ...
... of this trip. It was an account of the author's travels in Central Asia a few years ago and it was nice to compare his experiences as a solitary traveller in a strange place with mine.
Some advice for anyone who stays at the KOA in a tent: although I highly recommend the KOA- the staff is friendly and helpful, the location is great, restaurants nearby, etc., if you are sleeping in a sleeping bag, you WILL hear the freight trains at night! Be prepared...