Honeymoon Hotels in Salt Lake City

Adventures in Salt Lake City

2. Adventures in the taxi cab. When we arrived at the airport, we used a shuttle service to get to our hotel. But the next day, we had to change hotels because we were sharing a room with a couple other women. So we figured we’d get a cab even though it was not that far - we didn’t want to try and lug our baggage down the streets of Salt Lake City. So we went to the concierge at our hotel and asked him about getting a taxi to the other hotel. He went over and got one for us, and soon we were off. The taxi driver did not say hello, did not confirm where we wanted to go, and did not have a meter. I do not believe he was really a taxi, but rather some kind of limo service. As we were driving, I noticed that it did not seem like we were heading in the right direction. I spoke up and said, “You know we are going to the Marriott, right?” He said, “Oh, no, I thought you were going to the airport.” My mom and I just looked at each other and couldn’t believe it. I KNOW the concierge told him we were going to the Marriott, but apparently this guy wanted to make some money. Thankfully I caught him in time to turn before we ended up on the highway! So we got to the hotel, which was less than one mile away, and he told us the cost was .00! Seriously, to go about 5 or 6 blocks! It was highly irritating since he never said a word to us or double-checked our destination, AND he didn’t have a meter, so how would we know if he was charging us the correct amount anyway?

3. Wrong hotel and street walking. After that lovely fiasco with the cab, we headed into the Marriott to get checked in. When I gave the guy my name, he said he didn’t have me in the system. So I had him look up the name of my friend who made the actual reservation. Nothing for her either. He asked if there was any chance we were supposed to be at the Marriott City Center. When he said it, a vague memory clicked in my head, but I was convinced we were supposed to be at the one closest to the convention center. He looked us up at the other Marriott, and sure enough, that was where we were supposed to be! So, since we were determined not to pay another $8 to go 5 blocks, we pulled out our map and walked the streets, pulling our baggage behind us. Yes, I am sure we looked ridiculous. And yes, we got hot and sweaty and had to stop and take a few breaks. But, at least we didn’t have to waste money on greedy cab drivers!

Some hotel rooms

by jam369

Have perfect chairs for bondage. Or, if you don't feel bad about it or know it's not a busy weekend or something, you could request a handicap room. They have sturdy bars in the bathroom for sure.
You could also practice more mental bondage. In that he could just order you to not move or not say anything. (I'm assuming you're also submissive, not just a bondage bottom.) My husband did this on our honeymoon. It was great. He'd be like "Shut the fuck up... the stewardess will here you." Which was extra exciting because 1. I knew she would because I could hear her and 2. She could have come in if she wanted to (although there was really no reason for her to at that point in the day).

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