Days Inn Hotel - Salt Lake City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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... that I am so looking forward to the day when Maya turns six and is eligible to fly business and first class as a nonrev on Delta. The countdown would be only four more years, but the universe had something else in mind for us. The day before we were scheduled to leave Mazatlan, I suspected I might be pregnant, so the day after we got home, I took a test and sure enough, our countdown to 1st class is going to start over in ...
Linda Burton posting from Salt Lake City, Utah – Integrity met me as I climbed the steps. I'd parked across the street from the east entrance to the Utah State Capitol; walked the long sidewalk past the statue of the Indian Massasoit; and wondered about the two marble lions that watched my approach. Now I see; Integrity is to my right, Fortitude sits on the left. Inside, I blink as my eyes adjust to the cool gray ...
... Park City, which is not far away has some good outlets, so we drove up there and it was really pretty because you go through a bit of a canyon and the hills are all grassy and flowery and it was pretty in the rain. The trucks and cars were CRAZY though, there were trucks overtaking us, in the rain, going up hill! scary. but we made it in the end. We didnt end up doing much shopping ...
ROAD TRIP DAY 8
Salt Lake City Day 1 - We checked-out of Robber’s Roost in Green River at 10.30am to begin our drive to Salt Lake City (SLC). The town was deserted, we thought this was because it was a Sunday and as Utah is a Mormon state everyone was at Church. We had to post our room key through the reception letter box as no one was there. We took Hwy 191/6 north and then onto I-15 which goes all the way to SLC, about a 150 mile drive. In the car we listened to Reggie ...
... is a really important day in Utah; it's Pioneer Day, where they celbrate the Days of 47, the arrival of the first pioneer settlers to the Salt Lake Valley. There were loads of fireworks going off after dark, and there had been a huge parade earlier on today, from 9am - 2pm. That's some parade! I wish we'd known, and we'd have left Vegas a day early to see it, I love American parades.
There was chaos as we came out of the Ihop; we were ...