InTown Suites Midvale

Address: 151 West 7200 South, Midvale, Utah, 84047, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 151 West 7200 South, Midvale, is near Temple Square, Kerak Castle, Gardner Village, and Wheeler Historic Farm.
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    Travel Blogs from Midvale

    Safety First

    A travel blog entry by elysbank on Oct 10, 2014

    1 photo

    ... live paper maps from them that I tucked into the bottom of my suitcase. I know that--these days--maps are all online now. That is, until you can’t get a cell signal. Besides, what is better souvenir than a colorfully printed map that highlights your route.

    I’ve got an external phone charger, so I will never have a dead phone battery issue. I’ve loaded that same ...

    Bike Ride and Salt Lake

    A travel blog entry by wright2 on Jul 21, 2014

    9 photos

    ... no way for the water to leave the lake, other than evaporation, there is no movement in the water and therefore the debris remains floating in the water. After showering off the salt and dirt we changed clothes and headed out to explore the island, looking at the scenery and searching for the buffalo, of which there are about 400 on the island, and we did see several. It was an
    interesting day.

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    Salt Lake City, Park City

    A travel blog entry by theprocters on Jun 12, 2014

    19 photos

    ... exorbitant price tags? Anyway, I have never seen so many ski runs and chair lifts. After lunch, we took the bike up and over Storm Mountain (part of a continuation of the Rock Mountains) via Guardsman Pass. There was a chairlift that passed right over our heads. It was a fairly steep incline with no guardrails to keep you from going over the cliff. Next we came down Big Cottonwood Pass. It was gorgeous winding our way through valleys and passes ...

    Panguitch - Salt Lake City

    A travel blog entry by redaly67 on Aug 28, 2013

    ... the Mormon Tabernacle choir, sat down and listened to the wonderful acoustics. While there one of the "sisters" told us that she would show us an example of hearing a pin drop. She went to the front of the tabernacle, told us, without the aid of a microphone, that it was 53 m long and then proceeded to shred a piece of newspaper, and drop 3 pins and a nail. All these items were heard clearly. She then sang a goose bump tingling hymn. Was so beautiful. I just wanted her to keep ...

    Kentucky

    A travel blog entry by boulderbigs on May 31, 2013

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... and scenery and people. We began trying to ride 80 plus miles a day. We put in the 70, 80, then 25, back to 80 days. We began racing. Doing that which we said we would not. We rushed through Abraham Lincoln's birthplace, his parent's place and so on. Scott had been making sure that we stopped at every single historical marker, no matter where they were placed, and that is something you just don't do when it's in the middle of a screamin' descent. Now we ...