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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... live paper maps from them that I tucked into the bottom of my suitcase. I know that--these days--maps are all online now. That is, until you can’t get a cell signal. Besides, what is better souvenir than a colorfully printed map that highlights your route.
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... to eat the grass that was plentiful in the Lemar Valley. The guides asked us to make sure not to let the horses eat because there are poisonous flowers out there, but I also think it's because if the horses top to eat on these rides, they'll never get home. After the ride, following our drive to pack a day with activities beyond belief, Abe and I decided we would drive to the Firehole River to see about swimming at a swimming hole we had confirmed earlier in the ...
... luxury cruises. As we shared our cruise experiences with our friends, they said they'd love to join us sometime.
For the rest of the evening as I sat mere feet away from the Utah Jazz players and whatever team they were playing that night, my thoughts were miles away dreaming of exotic new places, fine food, unlimited champagne, and Bvlgari bath products. And a couple of months later when the ...
... were both very impressed as was all the other people in there. The whole place was quite amazing. It took 40 years for the temple to be built, from 1853 to 1893. Everything but the temples were accessible to the public. What a shame we wouldn't be able to see the organ recital tomorrow as we will be on our way to see our friends, Jack and Nancy in Wisconsin.
The "squatters pub brewery" was where we stopped for tea. My goodness another early tea. This is quite incredible. We ...