Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites West Valley City - Waterpark
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-the Egyptian revolution was a LeaderFULL movement NOT a leaderless movement
-so few people know how to go from protest to plan. When we can become highly collaborative about what is to come – that’s when we would know real power
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... And I fit everything in that cute pink luggage. This year's award for most economical travel goes to... me!
Here is how I did it:
I purchased a travel laundry kit so I can wash and dry clothes in a hotel room. I found a great, packable down coat. I used all my willpower to only bring one pair ...
... the “Ogden Pioneer Days Rodeo”. This was the first night of a week-long rodeo competition that included many professional rodeo contestants. The events included all of the traditional rodeo events plus the mutton busting event for the 8 and under kids, the wild cow milking contest and a daredevil motorcycle demonstration at the end of the night’s events. It was a great night of good family fun and competition.
... my eyes off the vistas and one mountain was more wonderful than the last. I took the tram up to the top of Snowbird and talked to the on site photographer for a while. He gets a lot of business when the trams come up but has a few minutes in between when no one is around. He gave me a tour and told me the names of various peeks and mountains. It was all eye candy!
As you look at the pictures I took, you will see a front (white ...
... first Transcontinental Railroad.
Although the great pioneering, steamdriven days of the first transcontinental railroad are gone, the legacy of that time lives on at Golden Spike National Historic Site. Here, the reborn Jupiter and No. 119 are tangible representations of another era and serve as striking symbols for one of the most important events in our nation's history.
The Golden Spike Ceremony, which took place May 10, 1869, was ...