The Village at Solitude
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... story curving, walkable wall embraces the public plaza, with shops and services at ground level, reading galleries above, and a 300-seat auditorium. A multi-level reading area along the glass lens at the southern facade of the building looks out onto the plaza with stunning views of the city and Wasatch Mountains beyond. A roof-top garden, accessible by walking the crescent wall or the elevators, offers a 360 degree view of the Salt Lake Valley. Spiraling fireplaces on ...
It was the last day of skiing at Solitude, so everyone had a party in the huge car park at the foot of the ski lifts! It was called "tail gating"- another meaning for that expression.
Gathered all our cold weather gear once more and headed off. Emerson dressed in his little grey koala suit, Sara in purple wig, tutu and ...
... and an actor, they did not really fuss about his movies – cared much more about who he met!
Then we were off to the premier of Racing Extinction – US Documentary Competition
From the Louis Psihoyos, director and team that brought us The Cove (academy award winner for best documentary last year) that exposed the criminal fishing practices leading to ...
... Mormon. We could see what it was like inside from a model in the visitors center, they also had a few displays on how the church was
built. We took some pictures of the area and then headed off to dinner. We went to the red rock brewery. This was a brewery that had good food and its own beer. It was very good. Later we went to a nearby bar and sat, talked and relaxed for a few hours. Later when it was getting cold again i headed back to the hotel, used the WiFi and went to bed.
... ve been pretty busy, so much so that we realised we didn’t have ANYTHING booked or even planned for Canada so our last full day in the states was spent confined to our hotel room near the airport in Salt Lake City. It wasn't much fun but by the end of the day we had a solid plan for Canada and had already booked a good chunk of accommodation for it.
On the night we finally ventured out to Zaxby’s, a kind of ...