Days Inn Hotel - Salt Lake City
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... 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 ...