Ellerbeck Mansion Bed & Breakfast
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... Colorado River. At some point, we decided to skip Dinosaur and drive all the way to Salt Lake City, in order to get an extra day in either Idaho or Wyoming. This made for a long day, but we stopped in Vernal, Utah for dinner and the kids were great in the car, and we arrived in SLC at almost 10:00, just in time for a very quick hotel swim and bed. We saw lots of fake dinosaurs in northeastern Utah, so made up for missing the ...
... with no real intent, yelling out at people across the street with shady visitors coming in and out. We passed several 'adult' clubs and shops and even were yelled at by a seemingly homeless guy while on our drive to Walmart where we finally experienced the famous American discounted store. Where are all the nicely dressed, prim and proper Mormons that this city is so well known for? Probably in bed sleeping since it was 8pm but I no longer had a strong desire to move ...
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... for 18 months. We were paired with a young lady from the Ukraine and another from South Salt Lake City. There are young people from all over the world giving service. The grounds are beautiful. I do not think there was a spot that was not beautifully landscaped or had a beautifully designed building. The architecture is gorgeous, there are tons of flowers, beautiful plants, trees everywhere, sculptures large and ...
... go check out the organ in the Tabernacle. The organist happened to be there, and she graciously played a song on that organ so we could experience what it sounded like in the Tabernacle.
Overall, we were very impressed by the hospitality and information sharing provided by our hosts at Temple Square.
Mark picked us up and drove us back to our hotel. We leave tomorrow a.m. for Bryce Canyon National Park.