Days Inn Clearfield
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Christ, the history of the church, their service to the community and the origins of the Mormon faith; it was one of the best visitor’s centers that we have visited. Next we took a guided tour of the “Temple Square” area; our first stop was the “Tabernacle”, an oval shaped building, construction was finished in 1875; that is the home of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, it was built in this shape so that the
... showed the building of the Temple and a display of what it looks like inside, which was interesting since it is not open to the public. We were here many yeas ago and at that time there were a lot of weddings being performed.
The recital was good but one bad thing about having great acoustics is the sounds are magnified including crying and fidgeting children. We wandered across the street to City Center/City Creek which had ...
... Lanes were narrowed down to one for miles and miles and repeated every 20 or so. Avoid I 80! The cupboards and frig were somewhat bare so did a little shopping. A guy was selling homemade tamales in the parking lot...and thats for dinner tonight. Pete has work calls now while I'm drinking a vodka lime. Probably in for the night. Lucy and Mickey woke us at 5:30 jumping ...
... hour and a quarter. Towards the end, you climb up onto a ridge and as you drop over the town of West Wendova and the Bonneville salt flats stretch out in front of you. Jaw dropping. Went out to the race course, such that you can see, and then headed for SLC, not expecting to get there. Long, straight, white, hot. Made it. A hot shower, a couple of beers and a huge plate of nachos, bring on ...
... and trucks were driving extremely fast and close to me. But from where I was, this seemed like the only way I could go and still get to the mine and back on time. After a while, I thought to myself, this is too dangerous. This road is not safe. So I turned back on started riding back onto state route 71, which I had been on for some time before. As I was riding back to 71, I noticed there was a police car on the side of the highway. Then I noticed a sign which said no ...