Quality Inn & Suites Salt Lake City
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... called the Tabernacle. We were instantly greeted with warm smiles from Mormon volunteers. "Hello, my name is Sister Valentina, welcome to the Tabernacle".
This would be a common theme in SLC. Lots of greetings and warm smiles from super-friendly Mormons. “And what brings you to Salt Lake City?” they would ask. “Oh a world adventure” we would answer, “and we are currently touring through ...
... good-looking sandwiches along with their gourmet grocery store and international candy. We headed over and I ended up getting a ham and havarti panini with roasted pineapple habenero sauce on it. Delicious! I also saw a butterscotch root beer and decided to try it. After drinking it, I noticed it was made in Milwaukee! What are the chances? Harper ended up buying a small jar for me, I think it will taste good on grilled cheese sandwiches.
The museum was pretty ...
... created the IEX exchange are trying to change things for the better. April 21: We were up early, breakfasted and away toward Independence, MO. We drove the back roads going by the Truman Reservoir, a large U.S. Corps of Engineers flood control project. We made a brief stop in Clinton, which is one end of the 224-mile Katy Bike Trail. We rode five miles one way and returned backed to the endpoint. It was very easy riding downwind, a bit more challenging upwind. We saw thin, ...
Another good night's sleep and a smooth check out from Cable Mountain Lodge at 9 AM.
Would stay here again - so nice to walk right into park from here. It's a sunny day as we headed north toward Salt lake City. Stopped in LaVerkin for gas (43.79 / gal.) & coffee. Rte 15 North - 80 mph speed limit (this is fast for us Easterners!). Take Exit 40 for Kolob Canyons section of Zion ...
... Today was a good first day of Convention. I became well-acquainted with the other girls from our council and from other areas. I really enjoyed the speaks Dr. Tererai Trent and Alison Levine. Both of them spoke about their experiences in life and how they overcame obstacles. I liked the way Alison explained the way she saw things like failure and struggling to overcome hardships. It makes me feel like I could do the same :)