Quality Inn & Suites Salt Lake City
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... were going 24x7 the entire two weeks we were here! However, they did make a real nifty night light.
We enjoyed two Saturday visits to the downtown Farmer’s Market where we found and sampled a wide variety of locally grown produce and prepared ethnic foods. We also checked out a diversity of handicrafts and appreciated the vibrations of local musicians.
We also made time to visit the Red Iguana II restaurant twice. Each time, we went for a ...
... doubled as an overlook – what a sight: the perfectly manicured petals of red, pink, orange and whites were stunning and overwhelming. If there’s poetry to any form of plant life it should be of the rose – long, curving rows of well-cared after rose bushes bent and hugged around concrete walkways. It reminded me of the Queen of Hearts’ palatial yards chock-full of the most glorious of petals, they were almost cartoon like with their sizes and vibrant ...
... out and is home to the world-famous Mormon Choir (we hadn't heard of them either). They sing every day, but unfortunately we could not see them perform as they were on tour on the east coast of America. They had probably just released a new album that had gone straight to No.1 and were off promoting it. Rock-on the Mormon Choir!
Meeting such nice Mormons made us want to learn more about their religion and its beginnings. ...
Saturday started in the afternoon when Harper came to pick me up for a day out. It had been a cold and rainy week and that Saturday was no different. We decided to go to the Museum of Ancient Life in Thanksgiving Point because we both hadn't been there and Harper said he had been wanting to go since it opened years ago but no one wanted to go with him! :(
Before we went to the museum, we wanted to get something to eat and I remembered that Pirate O's ...
... that started on Quality Hill, the original fashionable district, along the bluff of the Missouri River, to the riverboat landing area, and then south to the Crown Center, Union Station and Hallmark's Headquarters. Union Station is very grand and upholds the tradition for historic train stations, like Grand Central in New York and Union Station in DC. We had BBQ at Winslow's in the River District. We were stuffed after eating about half of it. We have dinner for tomorrow. ...