I had applied for over 70 internships throughout the course of the Fall and Spring semesters, not knowing where I'd eventually land. In April, I found out I was heading to Salt Lake City to work for a publication located downtown. Finding a place to live for such a short stay was relatively difficult. Subletting proved to be too expensive, so I looked at Airbnbs. After digging, Amanda (my girlfriend who came to Salt Lake with me for the summer) and I decided that Jim's place made the most sense. It was affordable, but more importantly, it was in Murray (just 15 or so minutes away from downtown Salt Lake City, and really, 15-20 minutes away from everything in the area). We drove across the country from New York to Utah and finally got to Salt Lake City on May 13. We got to Jim's house kind of late thanks to Denver's traffic, but he accommodated us without any issue. He met us at the door, showed us our room and told us to get rest. From then on, we knew that Jim was going to be a wonderful host. Wonderful was an understatement. During our time in Utah, Amanda and I spent time journeying through national parks and exploring the wonders of the Wasatch mountains. But perhaps more than anything, Jim made our trip a memorable one. He was charismatic, open to discussion and made us feel incredibly comfortable. If we wanted to chat about anything, he was more than willing to do so. Really, in a way, he played the role of our pseudo dad (is that weird? ... ). We met his friends, family and girlfriend. All of them were incredibly kind, entertaining and helpful. Jim couldn't have been a better host. He's charming, lovable and someone we'll certainly never forget. Oh - and his home is quite nice, too. If you get the opportunity to spend any time with Jim, don't pass on the chance. 5/5 stars - both for Jim and his home.