Radisson Salt Lake City Airport

Address: 2177 West North Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah, 84116, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 2177 West North Temple, Salt Lake City, is near Clark Planetarium, Discovery Gateway, Delta Center, and International Peace Gardens at Jordan Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Salt Lake City

    Just getting started

    A travel blog entry by dwterrell on Jul 17, 2015

    Kicked off the trip with the first night at the Salt Lake City Radission - the plane was around an hour late getting in so all we did was grab a quick dinner at Wendy's and go to bed. Today we head up to Driggs, Idaho where we will visit for a couple of days with Steve Godwin, who is my fantasy football partner and a fraternity brother from Davidson.

    Meeting Mormons in Salt Lake City

    A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on Jun 25, 2015

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    ... exchanges between them in the street.

    We found ourselves in Temple Square, the central hub of downtown SLC and where the most sacred temple of the Mormon religion stands. It is quite a sight and a very impressive building but it did remind me of a building you would find in Trumpton or Disneyland. It just didn’t seem real!

    Non-Mormons are not allowed inside the Temple so we wandered into the building next ...

    A Weekend with Dinosaurs and a Con-Man Band Leader

    A travel blog entry by dreamkeepr18 on May 09, 2015

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    The weekend started off with a trip to the Beehive Bazaar in Provo, its an Etsy-type show with 20-some vendors and you go through and pick out what you want then go pay at the front (not at each individual vendor). I found a couple of cool sellers and ended up buying a peacock ore ring and pyrite-looking stud earrings for $12 and $6 each. After the bazaar I went outside and bought myself a crepe to-go with strawberries and raspberry jam. It was good but probably not $3.50 ...

    The Great Lake

    A travel blog entry by pennylocicodie on Jul 22, 2013

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    ... of the lake would ensure the floatation of his remains! We took a boat trip across the lake to really experience the vast immense of water and the outcrops of land that emerged randomly. An excellent experience and the history even interested the ...

    Visit to Temple Square, or, The Story of J-Smith

    A travel blog entry by katyn15 on Mar 25, 2012

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    ... br> Here's what we learned about the founding of Mormonism from our articulate and very nice guides:

    The Story of J-Smith

    A New Yorker named Joseph Smith founded the Church in 1830. In 1820, When he was a teenager, he went to the forest to pray. Jesus and his dad, God, showed up--in person no less, not just voices--and told him that existing churches had it all wrong and he should just found his own.

    In 1823, in his house, an ...