Baymont Inn And Suites Murray/Salt Lake City
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... around the main part of the city visiting shops and checking places out.
... the little ski museum, we got picked up by Anthea and moved on to our next stop.
Tanger Outlets is the name of a series of outlet stores that are great if you want some good deals. I may have gone a little overboard with the shopping, but hey, I have my second suitcase now, and the boots were totally cute and totally on sale :).
After a few hours at the outlet stores we chilled at back at the house. I ended up playing catch with ...
... lake, so we were just thrilled to be there.
The good thing was no noisy crowds to spoil the atmosphere.
As we came down a different road we were very excited to see an old man bison just standing by himself, then a bit further over the rise a whole herd was close by.
We'd never seen any buffalo or american bison up so close!
As we left that area trying to find a ...
... and blaze!! The driver was able to get the two horses out of the trailer, then everyone just watched the truck burn. Two fire engines finally made it to the scene and put out the now-smoldering fire. All this excitement cost us about 90 minutes and made us pull into the KOA about 6pm, much later than we like. We had been on the road over nine hours and were really tired.
Our stay in Salt Lake City was two nights, giving us a day to explore Temple Square ...
... to study designs and techniques. The design chosen was a Gothic revival plan with East Asian influence. The home is a replica of a house Alfred and Elizabeth saw while driving on Riverside Drive in New York City.
While the home was under construction, John R. Winder and McCune called upon the First Presidency of the LDS Church. McCune told them that he and his wife, Elizabeth, were building a new home and wished to rent the Gardo House for two or three years. ...