HYATT house Salt Lake City/Sandy

Address: 9685 S. Monroe Street, Sandy, Wasatch Range, Utah, 84070, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 9685 S. Monroe Street, Sandy, is near The Petra Kitchen, Gardner Village, Umm Qais Museum, and Quseir Amra.
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      Ready for Asia! Takeoff in 100 minutes!

      A travel blog entry by mlangie on Jul 01, 2013

      3 comments, 6 photos

      So here we are...minutes away from taking our car service to the airport. The big question we've been asking for weeks-- and finally answered is -- "how many bags do we need for a family of 5 spending 30 days trekking across Asia?" Well, we did answer that with: one backpack per person and only four rolling duffel bags (great bags by Eddie Bauer by the way)! I'd say we got by relatively lightly with the luggage, and still have room for souvenirs of our trip, though Charlie ...

      Training Day 1: 15 miles

      A travel blog entry by mediterranean12 on Apr 03, 2013


      ... will get to stay at a bed a breakfast at the end of each day. I run enough that I'm in reasonable shape. I figured I would do a few training rides and be good to go. So I took the basket off my bike, put on my second best running shoes and headed out. I learned quickly that I am an idiot. When a construction crew started to laugh at me in my rosebushI thought of calling a cab. I don't need to learn ...

      Day Six, Southwest in CO and Four Corners

      A travel blog entry by matthewtatum79 on Apr 20, 2012

      20 photos

      ... tour, although I did get to climb one ladder into a Kiva, made by the Anasazi. The kiva is ceremonial chamber, an important part of life for the Ancestral Puebloans. This was a very unique experience, only about a six foot climb, but beyond cool.

      We crossed the desert area of southwestern Colorado and at the Four Corners ...

      Oh, so much to do before we leave . . . .

      A travel blog entry by dayna-tom-2013 on Aug 08, 2011

      ... are beginning. We have the tour scheduled and paid for, we are in the process of getting the appropriate vaccines, and we are thinking about clothes to pack. It will be winter in this neck of the woods and somewhat warmer in that neck of the woods. We will need conservative clothes for the times when we share meals with Muslim and Jewish families, we will need summery clothes for the days when the ...

      Utah Heading Towards Colorado

      A travel blog entry by cheyenneus on Jun 29, 2011

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... d been knocked out. I took the opportunity to do 30 minutes of stretched while Addie explored. Since Helo was convered in salty mud, I took him over to the footwash station to hose him off - there I met a couple of little boys who were pretty impressed with Helo and fascinated that he would just stand there while I sprayed him with water. They asked me lots of questions about him, if he was nice, could they pet him, does he bite one of them said, "he looks smart" I had ...