Days Inn Salt Lake City South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... be my favorite.
And if I were a betting girl—and you know how I just love to gamble—I would wager that there is one app I will use measurably more often than all the others. Wi-Fi Finder. Which does exactly that. This app shows you where you can find the nearest hotspot. I wonder what the astronauts of the Apollo missions would have been able to do with that app.
... into the granite of Mt Rushmore. It had been another long day and we had travelled 820 KMs on the bus we were ready for bed. Today was another early start we were headed to the Bighorn mountains which was the main battleground of the famous American Indian battle against General Custer and the Sioux, Cheyenne and Arapaho warriors. It was so interesting to learn about how the Indians fought off the cavalry with only bows and arrows against the ...
... We had a couple of hours in the main township, and we saw a Cobb & Co coach, and had a drink in a very full-on cowboy bar, with some other members of our tour, and we had fun. Jackson is an interesting, tourist-oriented town. To the hotel, and then a group of us went out latert to a Chinese Restaurant together, which was ...
... formations there is over 2000 natural arches although we didn't see that many and balancing rock it was extremely hot here also, after we left here we headed for Grand Junction where we stayed the night. We had a lovely last night dinner with Bill and Sue and Rebecca and Ryan. Bill and Sue are from Georgia Atlanta and ebecca and yan are from Connecticut. ...
... all two lanes. It was very hot again today varying along the way from 80-83F. The highlight of the day was our visit to Bonneville salt flats. As we were driving the long straights we couldn't help think how hard it must have been for Bert, on his own and not really knowing what he was going to. As we got close we came over the hill and there it was, salt flats everywhere. Then you see casinos and flash ...