Motel 6 Salt Lake City Downtown
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I can't believe it – we actually had a sleep in today and rolled out the door at 8.30. We headed north to Montecello to have breakfast at the Peace Tree café. Beautiful. We sat out the back with a tiny hummingbird buzzing around us. We can't believe how nice most of the people are over here when they see or hear that we are …
... of Salt Lake City: it is a quiet laid back city, but the weather is very hot. The drive there was very nice because the road goes across mountains, up and down and left and right with nice views on other mountains a bit further away.
I spent a full day in Salt lake city, mostly on the internet catching up with what is going on in the modern world. I had a walk downtown, which is very small for an ...
... cold!!! After I was done with that I headed back to the hotel to finish getting ready to head up to see the Great Salt Lake. I picked Chrystal up and we headed north. It took almost 2 hours (because of rush hour traffic, yes....there's traffic in Utah) to make it up there but we finally did. The island was really pretty and is connected by a causeway which had been covered for a decade until the mid-90's because of an usual high water level during ...
I first visited Salt Lake City in July 1980 with sons Mike, Rick, and Scott on the first Move to Seattle. We spent the night (after a harrowing ride down a 17-mile hill with me and Scott in hot pursuit of a run-away UHaul truck, or so we thought, was just the big boys loved their speed) and we went to Temple Square and heard a short Mormon Tabernacle organ recital. We drove by the capitol but didn't go in. ...
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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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