Quality Inn & Suites Salt Lake City
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What a FANTASTIC Trip! Loved all 5 National Parks... can't really pick a favorite.
Some highlights of trip: hike to Delicate Arch, hike in Little Wild Horse Canyon, Route 12 drive, hike to Calf Creek Falls, ALL of time in Bryce & sunrise over the canyon, ALL of Zion and dinners in Springdale.
Wish this amazing state was not so far away...
This morning I had the opportunity to go on a 2 hour sight-seeing bus ride around Salt Lake with the rest of the tour. Although it didn't leave until 8am, my other option was to sleep in and chill - guess which one I chose? Damn those beds are seriously comfy, even mid morning I really did not want to get up. That may have had something to do with spending the last 5 days sitting on a bus but hey, whatever works.
The morning came and went, and at ...
... for Spike!
A few days ago, Tom and I had a Skype conversation with my French friend, Ziggy. We met his wife, Karima, who does not speak very much English, and his two younger children, Yannis and Melissa. Amy and I met Ziggy when we were in Paris in 1996 and we have stayed in touch all these years. His English is so impeccable, he barely has an accent. Tom and I are going to visit with Ziggy when we reach Paris. Unfortunately for us, ...
... You sort of begin to feel like you are on a conveyor belt, traveling along a prescribed path.
We chose to attend the 30 minute organ recital at the Tabernacle, so our guides left us, pressing the books they carried into our hands. They were very sweet, always smiling and polite, like all the missionaries and guides employed at Temple Square.
The organ at the Tabernacle has over 11,000 pipes and the acoustics are awesome. We left the ...
... folks in the gas station, it was a good thing I stopped or else I would be gas-less for quite a while down the road. The gas station was packed and had to wait in line for gas even though they had at least 10 lines for gas. There didn't seem to be much to this town except for this big gas station and they little diner.
Lunch time at Mollie's! This place is straight out of the 50's or something close to that. I don't think that was on purpose though! ...