Motel 6 Salt Lake City South - Midvale
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This was a great location as well as property to settle in at for a few days. I would reccomend this property to anyone.
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... bright and articulate…ABSOLUTELY AMAZING GROUP!!! What a pleasure and what an opportunity!
Then on to the Sundance Patron Circle party to rub shoulders with more directors, producers and supporters of Sundance (and dance to live band)!
Slipping out – we head to the premier of Mistress America, Noah Baumbach and Greta Gerwig’s new comedy about ...
... than a pull-through or back-in. You don't see man pull-in sites.
Once we are set up we head over to see Aunt Bea. It's great to be able to travel and see family. After hugs and welcomes, Erik and Gretta arrive with Jillian. Bea has fixed a spaghetti dinner and we enjoy great conversation and catching up. We were in this area in 2012 when they gave us the grand tour, as only locals can, of the Salt Lake City area.
Day is done, gone the sun, and you know the rest.
... a new country song "lost in the RV park and I can't get out" as this park has cul-d-sacs and it took us 3 tries to get the right one out. Since we are sort of in a commercial area the phone found a store a couple of miles away but we had the hardest time finding. The street names are strange here, they have directions in front and behind the number of blocks and it is relative to Temple Square (the block downtown where the temple is
We left our campground early today driving west, across Beaver Mountain on the Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway, and then south to Salt Lake City for our group city tour. The drive over the mountains was beautiful (cannot believe I am saying this since I am such a chicken on mountain roads). We found Salt Lake City to be an incredibly clean and pesdestrian friendly city. Our tour guide took us through downtown, which ...
... Factory hoping to do the free tour with free sweet tasting, but the tour doesn't run between Labor Day and Halloween, so we had to settle with just buying some salt water taffy sweets.. it's a hard life. Then we went to visit the Copper Mine to see the largest man-made crater on earth [can be seen from space!] and then onto the Natural History Museum.
Busy time in SLC and to help, the weather has been ...