Salt Lake Plaza Hotel
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... City Creek. A series of waterways and creeks run through the main shopping district and is home to lots of trout, waterfalls and fountains. Ness said it reminded her of the Arndale Shopping Centre in Wandsworth (not)!
I approached a local and asked him if he could direct me to a local bar. I didn’t know what answer to expect as I wasn’t sure if the consumption of alcohol is wholly acceptable by the Mormons ...
... phrases used in that time period (I didn't even get most) and so the Music Man will probably be slowly phased out.
After the show we were hungry because we didn't have time to get something to eat beforehand so we drove over to The Pie, a pizza place just off campus. Harper suggested The Wise Guys which was whipped cream cheese, spinach, artichoke hearts, chicken, mozzarella, marinara, tomatoes, basil and sweet baslamic vinegar. So good!!
The next day ...
... dinner on for all the guests for free so the applebees just went to waste cause the kids wanted to eat the free food. But of coasre they wanted to eat it in the room and not go out and socialise with everyone ( and by that I mean the ridiculous amount of good looking men out there. Kids went to bed and I had to listen to a heap of people laughing and having a good time outside our room while I sat on the other side of the door by myself. I was glad to leave salt lake ...
... legged it back to the safety of the car, but numerous flies still managed to get in.
Well, we came to Salt Lake City, and we saw the Great Salt Lake. Done. Off to Vegas.
If we thought the drive the day before was hot, this was ludicrous, with the temperature reaching 49C at about 7pm. To complicate things even more, we kept finding dead flies in the creases of our clothes and in our hair. ...
... lots of smart people who would disagree with them. But they have served me well.
1. Don't bring anything that you can't replace. You don't want to spend your trip babysitting your possessions. You should never bring anything of sentimental value. I'm breaking this rule this trip. Eden and Sam have love items that we really must take. And we will guard Fuzzy and Little Bear with our lives.
2. Plan ...