La Quinta Inn Salt Lake City West
Travel Blogs from West Valley City
... on as a steep uphill climb, which meant we were slipping all over the place. As we got higher the compacted icy path turned to fluffy snow, over ankle deep in places. Woohoo snow! It would have been great if it hadn't got all inside my shoes making my feet cold and wet.
Another sunny day it was lovely walking through the snow covered trees, like a winter wonderland! The fall colours were beautiful with lots of ...
... way to Salt Lake City was a long long drive with very few signs of life along the way. There aren’t many towns, no trees and very barren landscape. As we drove past Lovelock we noticed a big ‘L’ carved into the hillside above the town and I said to Elvis ‘L for London’ and took a photo. The next town we came to was Carlin and there above the town a ‘C’ in the hillside. We looked at each other and ...
So today was pretty ******, weather wise. We planned on going snowboarding at snowbird bright and early, but it was scheduled to rain all day. Yippee. But luckily, Utah isn't just reserved for snow sports and being miserable in the cold. There are so many cool things to do within a 30 minutes drive of the outskirts of inner city salt lake. Today we started out our action packed family fun day at a place called iFly. iFly isn't a hobby store for the airplane fanatic, iFly is an indoor ...
... br> Now I rode my bike through downtown and to the KOA campground. Salt Lake City on this Saturday night seemed very quiet and there were few people walking around or driving, at least according to New York City standards. The campground shares its block with a trailer park, and the accompanying area has many restaurants and shops. I checked in and had my first experience putting up a tent. I had bought a single-person, small tent a few weeks ago but ...
... to stay a live.
So we kept on the trail which did change names a few times and we stopped to ask a guy & gal which were just coming off the trail and we were wanting to know should we turn onto the road or take the trail. The guy said to stay on the trail and we would come out on North Temple the street where our motel was on.....The gal said this was her first bike ride of 12 miles and couldn't imagine going cross country on a bike, she was already feeling sore. I said ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center