Comfort Inn Airport/International Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Joel, before making coloured rubberband bracelets with Emily. Fun fact - rainbow loom bracelets are a lot harder to make than the box or any 9 year old says :).
It was then time for dinner - another lovely home-cooked meal of orange chicken, rice and veggies, and then home made apple crumble for dessert. It turns out I've really missed home-cooked meals because I even had seconds of the chicken, the rice, AND the veggies :).
It was ...
... the way to see what we could see.
The road to the island is over a causeway similar to Philip Island to those who know Victoria Australia.
We stopped at the top of a hill and just looked round at the peaceful scene of mountains in the background, and a lake in the foreground.
I didn't fancy scrambling over big rocks to the edge, so just looked round.
I was entranced to see ...
... Our park was about 10 minutes from Temple Square and a free Mormon-sponsored van comes and goes every thirty minutes to take you there. Larry had been to SLC once. But it was all new to me. I was entering Mormon Country for the first time!
Temple Square is 35 acres, chock-full of buildings of various kinds, all of them subservient to the Temple itself. Even for non-LDS (Latter Day Saints) members, the pioneer story of the Mormons ...
... a bit around. I wanted to stay till 12 or 1pm to get to see a bit of Jackson specially the shops looked really interesting but because it was 2 against 1 I lost.
In the end they had to give me right because salt lake city is nothing special. And because of their decision we lost 3 hours of strolling through a special western "cowboy" town, I was so mad of those two because I missed all of it :-((!
... cutting in left right and center. Really had to keep my wits about me.
Salt Lake City itself is lovely. Laid out in a grid system, so really easy to find your way about. I had decided to splurge on a really good hotel. The Grand America. Had a room near the top, and a great balcony looking to the north and the hills. The suite was amazing as was the rest of the hotel.
Went out for a walk and it wasn't long before I found a bar! It was called The Trapp. First impressions ...