Super 8 Salt Lake City/Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- 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 fort was no longer required as the train had gone through, so the family moved. The fort fell into disrepair and in 1988 was repurchased by descendants of the Hinkley family who dedicated it back to the Church and it was restored to its current state, which is very tidy community. From the hut we were taken on a tour of the restored fort, through the thick wooden doors into a grassed centre courtyard with two very old huge trees. Saw the kitchen, ...
... of the way. I hope it is his last...falls can hurt!
We caught the 6:00 shuttle to Park City in search of dinner. We ventures in Spurs... I would give it a 3 so we opted not to eat there. Next we walked down the street to High West. People were packed in there like sardines so Derek called Chimao's and got a table for us at 8. The food was unbelievable. Yummy. Gus said they have a 5 star rating. Fun hanging with these guys. They ...
We rugged up with our jackets, gloves and beanies and were off. We posted 17 pounds of chocolate, clothes DVDs and more! It was amazing to get rid of some stuff! After the post office we were off to super walmart, and it was a good thing we went with Nicole. If we hadn't we would have spent 4 hours there and way to much money! Nicole had to buy some things for Christmas so we just followed her around. We did buy some kool aid and ...
Utah must be one of the most stunning pieces of wilderness on the earth. I-70 W through the high desert and 191-6 through Price and into theWasatch Range following the railroad. I felt so silly passing the opportunity to scamper around in this far-removed wilderness, but, due to the fact most of it was privately owned and fenced with barbed wire (minor setbacks), I rolled through the valley quietly listening to the embryology section of Henry Gray's Anatomy. Salt Lake City snuck up on ...