Comfort Inn & Suites North
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... day's drive. We drove through Idaho yesterday and then got to Utah. We drove past great salt lake and reached Salt Lake City. We had a quick look at the Mormon temple, an impressive building and lovely gardens, but that was as far as my interest went. The evidence of the wealth of the church was very clear. We then drove up to look at the Capitol building, very impressive, with good views over the city. Then, after a brief look ...
... Grand Canyon or Yellowstone National Park.
Before returning to the topic of “Magical Underwear”, I think it is important to state that I do not mean to be offensive or pick on the Mormon Religion or the LDS Church. In fact, I find “interesting” practices in all religions. If I were a professional comedian, I would call myself an equal opportunity roaster of all religions.
A temple garment (also referred to as Mormon underwear) ...
... was excellent and very fresh and flavourful. I enjoyed a Victoria Beer, from Mexico. April 11: Oh, the comforts of home or at least a well-appointed hotel room. We are looking at the possibility of some cloudy, rainy weather so being inside is nice. We may have to extend our motel stays through Monday. Today, we drove toward downtown Tulsa, parking in Utica Square, which had another Roadfood-famed restaurant, noted for breakfast granola and was the start point for a volkswalk. ...
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... the hall where all the current-day apostles and the LDS President are pictured in life-size portraits. They all face a statue of Jesus called "Christus", however, and Deborah made the point that the church hierarchy are not worshipped, only Jesus.
We spent additional time in North Visitors Center, viewing the very sophisticated displays and interactive dioramas that depict the fantastical story of the Mormons, pre-Joseph Smith. The "explanation" of ...