Days Inn Hotel - Salt Lake City

Address: 315 West 3300 S., Salt Lake City, Utah, 84115, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 315 West 3300 S., Salt Lake City, is near Raging Waters, Sugarhouse Park, Wasatch Brewery, and Golf in the Round.
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      Day 15

      A travel blog entry by wjwlincolnhwy on Oct 18, 2012

      3 comments, 15 photos

      ... City Creek is a new shopping mall, and by far the nicest I had seen since I arrived in America. Open air, but with canopies to provide shelter, City Creek had everything except a good bookshop unfortunately, and the ubiquitous Apple Store, thank goodness. (Apple Stores seemed to be growing like weeds in every decent shopping centre I had visited. Each one is an exact clone of the other, with eager acolytes in blue T shirts descending on ...

      Expanding on the Three R's

      A travel blog entry by blakeperez on Feb 02, 2012

      For my International Tourism writing class we were asked to read a chapter about the 'R Word'. The R words that Middleton refers to are Reduce, Re-use, and Recycle. The concept of the "Three R's" was being applied in environmental practices in the late 1980's. These practices were to promote better environmental practices. Concerning the Three R's, Middleton states "Taken serioulsy they reflect an important shift in corporate ...

      Outside the Temple Gate (Gift Cards #33-36)

      A travel blog entry by mikeandkelsey on Feb 06, 2011

      ... br>
      What struck us about Heather was not her story - it's a common one on the street - it was her attitude, and willingness to share with us.

      I learned a lot from our conversation with her. First of all, she put yet another human face to the problem of homelessness. She talked about how it hurts to be ignored. We often think that we go unnoticed as we refuse to notice people on the street. But she sees it. She sees ...

      Music and the Spoken Word

      A travel blog entry by motabchoir01 on Jun 14, 2009

      ... Mr. Chips
      Leslie Bricusse; arr. Mack Wilberg

      God Be with You Till We Meet Again
      William G. Tomer; arr. Mack Wilberg

      The broadcast includes excerpts from the following:

      Gently Raise the Sacred Strain
      Composed by Thomas C. Griggs

      As the Dew from Heaven Distilling
      Composed by Joseph J. Daynes

      God Be with You Till we Meet Again
      Composed by William G. Tomer ...

      Day 38: Antelope Island State Park

      A travel blog entry by life-in-a-yurt on Jul 28, 2008

      1 photo

      ... houses, etc. Sat in the shade and had a snack. Contemplated taking a ike, but decided against it, just too hot. We decided to drive out of the park and into town. We stopped Sonic for slushies (1/2 price happy hour). Then we went to the local library. I found some books about UT and Salt Lake City, and found a campground and made reservations online. Michael worked on pictures. We headed back to the park, tried ...