Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites West Valley City - Waterpark
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... downtown area one day, Casey insists that we visit the library. Well, that is not something we normally do. Let’s go! The Salt Lake City's Main Library was designed by internationally-acclaimed architect Moshe Safdie. It embodies the idea that a library is more than a repository of books and computers; it reflects and engages the city's imagination and aspirations. The building provides 240,000 square feet and houses more than 500,000 books and other materials. ...
... As is the musical score (top notch).
It is a good movie and can most likely hold its own as another classic gambling film, it really hovers around the addiction of gambling – the crazy/frantic hope and even paranoia as we move with the characters from one seedy gambling bar or racetrack to another.
Then, off to yet another premier and one that is also in the US Dramatic Competition: director ...
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... the see the newer auditorium with its 21,000 seat auditorium so we walked to the Convention Center, telling the person at the door we just wanted to see the rooftop garden and the auditorium. Yep, we were assigned a guide who was very pleasant and smiling, but strongly encouraged us to see the museum quality artwork along the way. It was, of course all about Mormon theology and history, and Deborah made certain to describe each scene. Security, in the form of ...
... I wear as a necklace, but are made for babies to chew on - bought at BuyBuy Baby). I also felt it was beneficial to break up our traveling days so we didn't spend an entire day on planes and in airports. Before leaving, I wasn't sure how they would both do flying across the country, but in the end, it was actually fairly easy and I'm already thinking about new places we can take them!