Super 8 Salt Lake City/Airport
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSuper 8 Salt Lake City/Airport
Did a job, decent location and had all the facilities you'd need at the end of a trip.
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Today we reluctantly left Yellowstone and our posh (but unsustainably expensive) accommodation and re-did the same drive, but in reverse back to Salt Lake City. As we had nothing else planned that day other than the 5-6 hours in the car we milked every last minute out of our cabin, checking out at exactly 11.00am.
... The sites are full hook up and each has its own yard! There is a grassy area with pavilions by the river. We played a game of kickball as the sun finally set around 9:30. We talked to Earl, the camp host. He told us about the cheese/ice cream store across the street. Sweet guy. He wanted to make sure we had something to do. We ate leftovers and macaroni and went to bed ready for our date with the Eagles the next ...
Just a couple of nights in SlLC at Rhonda's. Gary picks us up at the St George Shuttle stop and we take them to dinner. It's great to see them and catch up with my sister on Monday then we met Allen's sister Susan at the Family History Library where she is a missionary. We have a good day of genealogy, lunch and dinner with Susan and her daughter ...
... Nanci: Today could have been two days, but I don't remember half of it, so this won't be that long. Plus, the first half of the day a bit boring and had a lot of writing. The second half of the day was amazing. We went to the planetarium and I was an alien. I got a random person to even ask me to take a picture with her. Apparently I was a little frightening. Dinner was amazing. Then, we went to the gift shop and I got putty, a graduated brain ...
... 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 ...