Motel 6 Salt Lake City West Airport
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The front receptionist was fantastic She confirmed our reservation as to what was requested and provided us with the exact room we needed. It did not have as fridge, she offered to change us to a room that did, but was on the 2nd floor; When I told her my husband didn't want the 2nd floor she offered to get a thermal container to help. She went above and beyond the norm.
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The state capital is Salt Lake City
Two important cites are Salt Lake City and Provo
The year of statehood is 1896
The state motto is Indrustri= Industry
The state flower is sego lily
The state bird is California gull
Five significant features are Zion National Park, Moab, Hogle Park, Utah Museum of Fine Arts, University of Utah and Utah State University
The current population is 2,855,287
The total amount of square miles is ...
... most reliable food critic out there: the collective opinion of all internets. For SLC, there was one restaurant that kept popping up in local best-of searches: the Red Iguana. "Killer Mexican Food" with signature mole dishes at its foundation, I'm interested. I never knew that mole extended beyond the chocolatey, cinnamonny sauce until I perused the menu. I stopped at the Mole Verde. Fresh chile poblano, jalapeno, blended with ...
... out of our way to LA and wait for hours for no reason. Our flight was great, really relaxed and there was no one next to us so we got to stretch out a bit. Because we got up so early I slept a lot on the plane. When we got to LA we went and ate lunch and got back on the plane for a 2 hour flight to Salt Lake City. Nicole and her 3 gorgeous kids were waiting for us with a sign that said 'all we want for Christmas is our Aussie ...
... need to push the pause button. As we progressed across America, we saw that we could very well make it before those twin storks were employed.
We discussed early on about making sure we continued making this trip fun throughout. We knew ourselves. We worried that we would begin to make it a race. After all we are always up for a challenge. (As if this entire trip was not challenge enough). We kept telling ourselves that we needed to enjoy the process.
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An 11:55pm departure from Salt Lake International leaves very few options in the terminal. No pre-board beverage at Squatters or loading up at the airport convenience store. However, the advantage of this time is a breeze through security and a quiet flight. We took off without delay. The flight was overall uneventful. We tried to sleep, but couldn't get any more than a few 10-15-minute power naps. Still too excited for the ...