SpringHill Suites Salt Lake City Draper
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSpringHill Suites Salt Lake City Draper
Lovely new hotel - very courteous staff (even allowed us into our room early, as we had driven through the night and were exhausted, and too cold out!). The best breakfast buffet on our month-long journey, lots of different choices you don't see everywhere else... Highly recommend this place, close to lots of restaurants and shops, too, loved the new Scheels store!
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... and the architecturally amazing State Capital Building. We had dinner at The Lion House Restaurant that was actually in Brigham Young's former house. He had 27 wives and 56 children! In the late 1800's, the Mormon Church was forced to drop its practice of polygamy so that Washington would allow Utah to become a state of the Union in 1896. But another sect broke from the church to carry on this practice and continued to follow the Mormon teachings. ...
... legged it back to the safety of the car, but numerous flies still managed to get in.
Well, we came to Salt Lake City, and we saw the Great Salt Lake. Done. Off to Vegas.
If we thought the drive the day before was hot, this was ludicrous, with the temperature reaching 49C at about 7pm. To complicate things even more, we kept finding dead flies in the creases of our clothes and in our hair. ...
... optimistically hoped to go on. By the time we made it to the first view of the falls, our legs were telling us that we couldn't go on....the 7 hours the day before of up and down had taken its toll...so after a bit of a stroll around the valley we set ourselves up with a cardboard sign in hope of not having to sleep the night in Yosemite. The first couple were hippy climbers with a very friendly dog who helped himself to my lap. But after the first 5 minutes we realized that ...
... hot and unforgiving. I had just enough water before starting to get very dehydrated. To be out there in the elements was kind of scary but such a fresh and new experience that I did enjoy it. To see Heber in the distance as I did that afternoon with all its modern conveniences made me appreciate all those conveniences in a way I hadn't in awhile- the easy availability of snacks and water, the ability to ask people for directions, knowing what the topography is like - that ...
In London Marcelo and I worked for BYU London Centre with Terri and her family. We promised we would come and visit her and that we did. She very kindly put us up in her home for 3 weeks. I'm sure we outstayed our welcome, but we loved visiting and reconnecting with our good friends.
This blog has a few photos of the Draper area, of a ...