Residence Inn Salt Lake City Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Today was a travel day, but that is not to say that it didn't have some surprises in store for us. As is usually the case, when you least expect it, mother nature jumps up and hits you between the eyes. We left Cody at 7:45 and 66 degrees and headed south toward Utah. For the first hour or two the ride provided nothing interesting, just a lot of prairies with lots and lots of sage brush nestled in the wispy yellow grass. The land was flat and there ...
... line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">One thing that clearly shows the drive wasn’t too dramatic was that I can remember the food options more clearly than the drive itself. As we’ve been having so much fun lately food has been pushed from a starring role to a background extra, well today it can get a cameo at least. Not that the food was exciting today other than it being a day of firsts: our first Dairy Queen meal (kind ...
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For the rest of the evening as I sat mere feet away from the Utah Jazz players and whatever team they were playing that night, my thoughts were miles away dreaming of exotic new places, fine food, unlimited champagne, and Bvlgari bath products. And a couple of months later when the ...
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... A little later down the same road we pulled over and waited for them so we could cheer them on and take their photos. The guys needed to study the plants up close and personal so it was some time later when we pulled into the car park of the visitor centre only to be met by the same tourists – all Japanese and not able to speak English. All they wanted to do was have their photos with the guys – each and every one of them, all excited, swapping ...