Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites West Valley City - Waterpark
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Thursday July 17, 2014
This morning we headed into Salt Lake City, and the “Temple Square”. This is an area that
encompasses many buildings of the Mormon Faith, both religious and secular. Our first stop was at the “North Visitor’s Center” where we were introduced to the basics of the Mormon faith. The displays in the visitor’s center depicted the life ...
... something about Salt Lake traffic always throws me a bit. Today was no exception and as I moved in and out of traffic making our way through Salt Lake I approached a slow down in traffic. Slowing to 67 I noticed the problem, nobody wanted to pass the State Trooper ahead of us. Well the speed limit is 75 so I will make the pass at a cool 76 then on our way. 5 seconds after passing him he lights me up and I pull over, just as I am stopping I realize I was in ...
... city. It was such a glorious day, after hiking for a while we headed back as Kelsey needed to go to work so we dropped her off in downtown which allowed us to explore the Mormon Epicentre of SLC. It was kind of strange but at the same time not overly in your face.
While we were there we got some beers from the Epic Brewing Company as in Utah all mainline drinks are under 3.2% so we went for more microbrewery stuff. They ...
... in big), it is salty and it is a lake, but the rest of it is pretty gross. We asked the lady at our hotel if you can swim in it, and she said yes, they did when they were children, and you can float on your back like in the Dead Sea, but when we saw it, we knew there was no chance of us getting in there. The water level was quite low, so we had to walk about 400m over this crusty sand/salt mix, with ...
... all the bags on board, but there are delays.
Eventually we head off and leave Vegas for a long drive to Salt Lake City. However, our tour manager Sue calls a halt at a Walmart in Mesquite for fruit and snacks. 20 minutes turns into an hour and it transpires her US mobile contract is not operating and she has been trying to sort this out. Ron meantime has stocked the coach with ice and water so cold water is free for the duration ...