Candlewood Suites Salt Lake City - Airport
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... 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. ...
... ve been late for the show later that night. We went back to his place to get nice clothes and then to my place so that I could get in my theatre dress. He loved it!
We headed out towards the University in SLC. The Pioneer Theatre is located on the campus but isn't a college-production by any means. The production was The Music Man. We got balcony seats and were only 1 row from the front and no one in front of us. The set was absolutely amazing--totally ...
... egg ramekin, bacon, fruit and muffins, and had a conversation with the innkeeper. We were her only guests for the night. We drove to downtown Independence, checking in at the Visitors Center for Truman House Tour tickets. There was only one left so Betsy took it. We hustled the five blocks to 216 Delware St. She joined the tour and I visited the Noland House, which was across the street and was where Truman's cousins lived. He would stay overnight here when he came to town ...
... snow-capped mountain range in view. Elevation signs said 6,000' & we were in the valley. We climb & climb... it was just 50 degrees at noon. Stopped in Filmore for fast food lunch & went through a car wash (3 times on dirt roads, let's get rid of the dirt!).
3:20 PM - Arrived at Temple Square in Salt Lake City. Walked around & saw the tabernacle, Temple... ...
... a short walk through the streets of Salt Lake City. I loved seeing all the shops and older, different architecture. It feels so much different here than in New York City. The style is a lot different. The colors are almost direct opposites, and the mountains in the background made me think of Mexico. Then we walked past a Mexican grill. We went to Starbucks for breakfast. At the actual convention/conference, there were so many girls. ...