America's Best Inn Salt Lake City
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... neither Hilton nor I practice religion found it very interesting to learn about the history. The founder was Joseph Smith from upstate New York. In the mid 1800's a contingent of Mormons led by Smith left New Jersey and headed to the mid west, Illinois area I think. Smith was murdered there (funny enough, as an additional fact, he was also a freemason), so the group left and were led through to Emmigration Canyon in Utah where they settled. The prophet was ...
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... and about how she tried to not give up. Just hearing all these speakers so far really is an inspiration and if they can struggle on and achieve their dreams, then so can I.
CeCe: Today was the second day of Convention and the first National Delegate Session. It was awe-inspiring to see girls and women coming together to shape Girl Scouts. Voting electronically was amazing and seeing the votes in real time has made me even more ...
... fuel and rest stops and a quick trip to a pharmacist for some eye drops. We passed through Utah, Idaho and then Montana. Though we couldn't really tell much difference between them apart from a general transition of land getting a bit greener and temperatures a bit lower.
When we got to our accommodation (Bar n Ranch) we felt a bit out of place. We are supposed to be backpackers travelling around the world, stopping in ...
... up the very hill that I was amazed by when first walking into the house. So we all 5 piled onto a quad bike and headed up the switchbacks to trail. I say trail like this is a beaten path... Well it's not. We brought a machete and tree chomper with us to help get through the undergrowth and nettles. We hiked for about 30 minutes and climbed about 1000 feet but it was so worth it! Just as we got to the top the sun started to set and I saw one of the best views of my life looking ...