Comfort Inn & Suites Fillmore
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn & Suites Fillmore
Older hotel. We stayed on the 2nd floor, no elevator. It was clean. Basic. Comfortable beds.Good air conditioning.
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... great weather. After lunch, rather than heading
straight for Salt Lake City, we decided to go to Snowbird/ Alta where Lindsey
used to ski to see what it was like in the summer. Unfortunately, we missed Oktoberfest
by a couple days, but the tram to the top of the mountain was open so we got to
take in some nice views.
By the time we got down ...
... cold on the trip south. After about 20 minutes, we were back on the road. A fuel stop in Evanston saw us switching to I-80, which we followed west into Utah towards Salt Lake City. When we arrived at Park City, Utah, we got off the freeway so that our wives could make their annual pilgrimage to the Coach store. While Chris and I stood ready with our credit cards, the ladies shopped for their birthday presents (Cindy's was belated, ...
... In 1851, newly appointed Governor, Brigham Young, selected a site for the Capitol of the Utah Territory. In honor of Millard Fillmore, the new capital and county were named for him. But there wasn't always good faith between the pioneers and the U.S. Government.
The Utah War, 1857-1858, was a costly, disruptive and unnecessary confrontation between the Mormon people in Utah ...
L'últim vespre que vàrem estar al parc Bryce Canyon, vàrem fer un foc maquíssim després de sopar– amb tot el què comporta de buscar branques, etc - ens vàrem asseure al voltant i, vàrem torrar marshmallows punxats amb branques que havíem preparat amb el nostre fantàstic ganivet suís. El cel era tan clar i tan ple d’estrelles! L’endemà, caminada dels Navajos, comiat ...
... gave way and chunks of rock tumbled out. Many damaged fins collapsed. Others, with the right degree of hardness and balance, survived despite their missing sections. These became the famous arches.
Ute Petroglyphs in Arches National Park
Humans have occupied the region since the last ice age 10,000 years ago. Fremont people and Ancient Pueblo People lived in the area up until about 700 years ago. Spanish missionaries encountered Ute and Paiute tribes in the ...