Baymont Inn And Suites Murray/Salt Lake City
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... She replied with the "Temple Square" I start to have flash backs that will forever haunt me in my sleep and in my daily life. I then threw my phone on the ground and began to break down the memories of today that have traumatized my life for here on out, But then, I have sudden peace and get over it, I began picking up my phone, and a man came out of nowhere, he was not a Mormon thank Jesus, yet just an everyday Joe. As he observed me and my car and noticing I was from California ...
... how to make sleeping in a bus work. Yay me.
On our way to Salt Lake, we also crossed the border into Idaho; even if it was only for a little bit, I can still tick it off the list of states I've visited on this trip. The tour guide then put on some documentaries about the south and natural plains on the TV, because we had that much time still to go before we got to our hotel. We did eventually make it to Salt Lake City, and stopped at a Chinese/Western buffet just around ...
I need to give Bridget some tender loving care today as she has been working very hard! So off on the bikes at 6am, it is dark and freezing cold - we have just over 300 miles to do to get to Salt Lake City to get bikes serviced. Myself, Bob and Tony set off together and after about an hour we stop and watch the rising sun light up the snow capped mountains. We pass buffalos grazing in the dim ...
... br> Inside was equally palatial and for a moment I thought I was in "Tara" and expected Clarke Gable to come out!
The views over the city just at dusk were stunning.
We also witnessed a couple of bridal parties having photos on the grounds.
The best was next to come, when we returned to the city and the Temple grounds to the Tabernacle to witness the fabulous Mormon Tabernacle Choir in rehearsal.
... guides asked me if I was Mormon and what I knew about the Church of Latter Day Saints. Before I got to Utah, many people told me that the Mormons could be pushy and even try to flirt with men around the temple area. I didn't find that. They'll tell you anything you need to know if you ask for it but if you don't they'll leave you alone. I guess they just want you to know about their religion or they're told to proseletize. The guides made it well known that they ...