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... to another Marriott hotel where there was RV parking (our hotel had an underground garage), and then I ran the mile or so back to our hotel while the girls checked out the hotel activities center (where they discovered the game Battleship) and the surrounding area along Main Street (very cool area). The room was a pretty large suite and it would prove difficult to get Ava and Maeve to leave the room ...
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... and onyx in the walls and columns. The main floor and rotunda are made with columns and walls made of Georgia white marble. The room is used for high school proms every Saturday in May; brides have portraits made on the marble staircases. It was really beautiful. Our tour guide was Lilly, a native of Norway, who had lived in Utah for many years. She was very knowledgeable and took us down to the basement to see ...
Tues 19th Feb
Direct flight from New York to Salt Lake City. An hour wait and Holly flew in from Houston. Shuttle to Park City, just 40mins.
Settled into our condo http://www.vrbo.com/88434 and then dinner at the Silver Star Cafe across the road.
... as I drove from Emigrant Canyon back to downtown. A monument there marks the approximate location where the Mormon pioneers first entered the Salt Lake Valley after a 1,300-mile trek from Illinois in 1847. From the wind-swept hill, you can see clear across the magnificent valley towards the Great Salt Lake. I understand why Brigham Young decided this was Journey’s End, time to stop, this is the place. The Park is ...