Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites West Valley City - Waterpark
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... some darkness in it, Mom" he mentioned several times. We finished our visit with an organ recital in the tabernacle building which was unbelievable. The organist played Bach's Toccato in D Minor, a famous piece that goes along with every haunted house you've ever been in. It was stunning. Our visit gave rise to a lot of questions and a great conversation at lunch at a Mexican place called the Red Iguana. I'd read about this restaurant online as a ...
The Johnson's and Chapman's took a trip to Salt Lake City, UT today. We ate at the Cheese Factory in downtown Salt Lake City, UT at the Creek City Park. It was in an upscale shopping center in downtown Salt Lake City. Great time and great food! I have a couple pictures of downtown of that area.
... bones. There was also a display about Bing Crosby who bought a ranch just north of town. Crosby was made an honorary mayor of Elko. The receptionist at the front desk was very personable and more than happy to answer any questions.
During our visit to this museum there was a graduation ceremony for a bunch of kindergartners all dressed in their red and yellow graduation gowns and caps. They all ...
... 8211; Mark being an old friend of a friend of mine. They live in Salt Lake City and they invited us to visit. They gave us such a warm welcome, it was great. They genuinely invited us to stay for a day or so and so we did! They were truly kind and hospitable, taking us out and about, giving us the whole of their beautiful basement (the size of an English large flat!!) and equipping us with information.
First off, we visited Sundance with them. ...
... just a block; but it is huge in impact. Let’s start with those street names. The east-west street directly north of the Square is North Temple; directly south is South Temple. The next street to the north is 200 North, then 300 North; south of South Temple, 200 South, and so on for miles. And of course the street grid follows that pattern on north-south streets. Directly west of Temple Square is West ...
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