Motel 6 Salt Lake City Downtown
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Shower did not work, Wi-Fi did not work, and several unidentified substances reside in the carpet or on the wall (hopefully could have been chewing tabaco)
Around the building there was all through the night meeting and shouting of gay drama queens, including writing with shit on the windows. Some security or police came in the night, overall save your money and stay somewhere else
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Vo Torrey simmer denn Richtig Salt Lake City gfahre. Dos no in dr nöchi en Outlet geh het, simmer denn no biz go shoppe in Park City (das isch dört wo au so olympischs Zentrum gsy isch). Nocher simmer froh gsy, hämmer es Hotel gha mit Pool, de hämmer denn au die neggschte Däg guet usgnutzt. Das isch abr au öbbe s beschte gsy am Motel ... d Lag isch …
... it). Now the TSA has a line at SLC that lets you go through expedited security if you have a trusted traveler number. That means that I wouldn't have to take my laptop (if I brought one this time) or liquids out of my bag, could keep my shoes, belt and jacket on, and only had to go through a metal detector. In a remarkably logical move by the government, they let the kids come through with me as well!Kristi still had to go ...
... of my eye lids.
There were frequent stops, often I would just walk out the bus, find somewhere to stand and admire the 360 degree view around me. Frequently we pass along sensational stretches on the road, but my camera will just not do those visions justice.
Our last stop just outside SLC was near some sort of mine, I had to squeeze through a gate, venture past a ...
... amp; very fond of hot showers.
Peter thought no, being the one with the most Scottish blood perhaps?
The result - we stumbled off in the chilly dawn at Salt Lake City Amtrak station - which is no Union Station, I assure you. It is a little tin shed, open from 2.00am to 6.00am daily, with a ticket office, 2 rows of chairs & a toilet.
So we got a taxi to the airport, hoping that would be more hospitable to a couple of weary travellers.
On the way to the airport, ...