National Fairstone at Riverview

Address: 4341 S Riverboat Road, Taylorsville, Utah, UT 84123, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4341 S Riverboat Road, Taylorsville, is near Temple Square, Utah Symphony, Wasatch Brewery, and Golf in the Round.
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Travel Blogs from Taylorsville


A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jul 19, 2014

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... the “Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo”. This was the first night of a week-long rodeo competition that included many professional rodeo contestants. The events included all of the traditional rodeo events plus the mutton busting event for the 8 and under kids, the wild cow milking contest and a daredevil motorcycle demonstration at the end of the night’s events. It was a great night of good family fun and competition.


TomTom has a detour for us

A travel blog entry by veger on Jun 13, 2014

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... been standing. The wooden beam in the building still bares the rope burns from the hangings. Tough life in Virginia City.

After our visit we're on our way to Salt Lake, now since this was a detour of the Interstate we are on a secondary highway until TomTom routes us back to the Interstate. 5 minutes down the road TomTom wants me to turn left onto a gravel road, I think not and continue on. This happens periodically where you know the GPS is wrong ...

Long Day

A travel blog entry by dangus on Apr 02, 2014

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Today I drove from Truckee, CA to Salt Lake City, UT as fast as humanly possible. The stretch of I-80 between Truckee and Salt Lake is the longest, straightest, most boring stretch of freeway ever. Luckily the speed limit is 75 all the way through Nevada and 80 all the way through Utah. It is amazing that land can be so flat ...

And the journey begins...where? At Temple Square

A travel blog entry by whittifolks on Aug 04, 2013

4 comments, 3 photos

... to strike out for downtown Salt Lake City and see what we could see. After doing a little bit of research (obviously very little), we punched an address into the GPS, scouted out the location, found a free parking space and headed to the visitor's center. Joi went up to the woman in the booth and asked for any information for some out-of-town travelers interested in downtown Utah...uh, ...

Sights and Sounds of Salt Lake City

A travel blog entry by peppz on Oct 11, 2012

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... Young and LDS in a very high regard but they certainly didn't push their ideas on me.
After the Beehive House, I toured both the Pioneer Museum and the State Capitol. The Pioneer museum is a pretty unorganized treasure trove of artefacts donated by families whose ancestors made the trek to Utah in the nineteenth century. Although it's not organized well, you can find a lot of great stuff in there and maybe that's part of the charm. A lot of every ...