Comfort Inn Airport/International Center
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- Swimming pool
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... over to Tangier in Morocco.
Grammy and Grampy arrived just before our 7am time to head out to the airport. We piled in the van and hustled up to SLC. I usually arrive at the airport well after the 2 hour "cutoff" time for international flights since I mostly just carry on, but we had a few bags to check, and for some reason Delta wouldn’t let us check in online, so I was ...
... and need the love of Jesus" they laughed at my while I was thrown out of the temple area. So far my morning has been quite different than other days. I decide to go to the closest McDonalds and grab a bite to eat. While eating I noticed all these brainwashed Mormons around me. It really reminded me of zombies on how people could be so brain dead to the truth. I began to panic and ran out of McDonald, without finishing my Mcchicken. I hopped in my car and headed toward the ...
... which way the down town was, and where to get the tram.
Paul spotted a store that has been excitedly acclaimed as coming to Melbourne soon "H and M". so we took a look inside and he found a shirt to buy.
We found a place called "City Creek" which has beautiful fountains of all shapes. It was over the road from the Salt lake temple.
We decided to go into the grounds where there are beautiful flower beds of ...
... around in the mall I spot an Apple store and decide to do something I've always claimed I would never do: Buy an iPhone. All other excuses aside, my Galaxy S3 has been freezing on my 10 times daily and I'm sick of it. As I really don't feel like setting it up again, just give me the simple iPhone already. At least while I'm here I can save some money on it. Yes I know: all of you are waiting to shout your "I've told you so"'s, they'll have to wait until I'm back.
... our cook did the biscuits,” I was told. That was the day the “Diners, Drive-ins and Dives” TV personality came by to check out Ruth’s diner food. Ruth is a legend; a feisty independent woman who started selling hamburgers downtown in 1930; then, not liking all the city restrictions, set an old trolley car roadside in Emigrant Canyon in 1948, built an apartment alongside, and continued ...