SpringHill Suites Logan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSpringHill Suites Logan
We are veteran hotel patrons and we stayed in a king jacuzzi suite. Huge and very nice. Staff was very polite. I would not hesitate to stay here again
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Travel Blogs from Logan
... We are staying at the Golden Spike RV Park. It is a small, clean, older park with paved streets and cement or gravel pads with grass between sites. The only drawback is that roosters are running around, and they have horse corrals and barns next to us. Really can't complain too much as there are not very many campgrounds around this part of the state.
... became decidedly blue collar: no more mansions set high on hills, or those massive in-town ivory towers. (Don’t get me wrong; mansions are great to see, even better to have but it’s nice to change things up when it comes to travel scenery.) Farmlands are aplenty, houses middle class, and automobiles are used as tools for travel not as status symbols. We made our way through mountainous terrain on steep graded roads; those semi-bumpy lands ended right near the Utah ...
We drove into Brigham City and there were a lot of fireworks around us. Apparently it was a local holiday, Pioneer Day. The next day, ZACH'S BIRTHDAY, we strolled around Temple Square in Salt Lake City and listened to a tabernacle organ concert. Then we headed to Canyonlands. Zach's birthday dinner was a can of baked beans at our campsite. ...
... There is a wonderful variation of colour from the pale sandstone to deep red. It's a maze of narrow deep canyons and mesas.
We have also been very fortunate as Jim has a pass to the National Parks as they charge to enter. After going through the gates we drove someway and then stopped when the men saw a great photo opportunity. They both climbed down the gully and got some great shots of the rock towers above. Through two tunnels carved out of the ...
... them up at 7am for the trip to Zion, but their moods changed the second we caught sight of the canyon. "Wow," they said (like, religious experience Wow). And we said, "wasn't this worth getting up for?" and they said it was - high, high praise. That drive into Zion is unbelievable - one minute you're on a plateau, and the next you're up against deep, steep red cliffs, descending into a canyon that gives Yosemite a solid run for ...