Sleep Inn South Jordan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... for us and for them. We were able to put out the big slide towards the sidewalk and only put out the bedroom slide 12 inches so it didn't intrude too far into the street. Fortunately they live in a newer development with pretty wide streets so it wasn't an issue. We were even able to plug into an outside 20 amp circuit to keep batteries charged and not run generator or put out solar panel. Our four great nieces, Halle age 10, Ava 8, five year old Cambrie and ...
was removed shortly before the Ceremony. David Hewes took the sprue and had it made into four small rings and seven, one-inch long spike watchfobs. The rings were presented to Leland Stanford, Oakes Ames (Union Pacific President), President U.S. Grant, and Secretary of State William H. Seward. Several dignitaries and Hewes’ relatives were presented watchfobs, including nephew Tilden G. Abbott, whose fob is on display at Golden Spike National Historic ...
... coat as he began his studies as a dentist.
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..so we boarded the back-up plane for Salt Lake City, got comfy in our seat (on this flight we got separated and I ended up in the back of the plane) ..and waited for departure..for the longest time! After what must been at least 30 minutes the captained announced that they had problems with one of their communication computers but were working ...
... travelled with my girlfriend around Lake Titicaca, saw cholitas wrestling in La Paz (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fighting_ Cholitas) , took a five day river trip down Rio Beni through Madidi National Park in Bolivia (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ehse1sZ WonM), saw incredible wildlife in the pampas of Bolivia, walked around beautiful cities like Arequipa and Hucachina, and had the best ceviche in the Miraflores district of Lima. Other reasons why I ...