Days Inn Salt Lake City South
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... t miss any of the samples being offered. Yum! I love chocolate but my palate, up until now included mostly Hershey's chocolate items. After sampling numerous dark chocolates I discovered there are some pretty good ones out there and some pretty bad ones too, but all in all, the appeal of dark chocolate is growing on me. We bought a couple different chocolates, one from beans grown in Uganda and one from Bolivia. Looking forward to sampling ...
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... the app called… wait for it… National Parks. All joking aside, this is an app made by National Geographic, and is of the quality and detail you would expect from them. It cost about $10, and I am sure it will prove to be one of the best investments I bought for this trip.
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... After finding street parking on Main St. With the RV, we were eating out!! Driving from the hotel to Main St. Was a nice drive. So many nice ski resorts. The trails look really wide. Town looks really fun. I think it has heightened Josh's want for a West ski trip. Beautiful city. Tom liked all of today. He liked the tour because he got to learn more about Olympic Park and the the rest was fun. Josh says " great day and a good break from the ...
... shirt for each day. I then had four different long-sleeved shirts that I could layer underneath if it was cold. I did the layering every day (most days the high was 60) except our last day in Victoria where the high was 80 degrees. For shoes, I brought and wore my hiking shoes and a pair of walking shoes. I wore smart wool hiking socks most days and found them comfortable and warm.
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