Courtyard Salt Lake City Airport
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Finally made it to Salt Lake City. The flight was approximately 4 1/2 hours. While the kids watched movies on their Ipod, Mommy watched the airplane movie "Chocolat" while Daddy vegged. We got in about 9:00pm MST, but since our bodies were still on EST, we were ready to crash on our beds at the hotel. Good night!
... Park City. How can I describe it. If you can imagine John Wayne, skiing in the 21st century you may get what I am describing. It's ski resort with a cowboy twist and a tiny, very tiny, splash of Disney. It oozes wealth and sophistication. It feels like Christmas here. We love it here, thanks to the owners we are going to stay another ...
... else I might be able to go, seeing as it was pretty late and the other hostel was a 2 hour walk away, and again got greeted as if I ****** in his face. There were a couple of guys in the hostel that said they would just let me in to crash there, but with all the security cameras I refused to stay in some Big Brother esque prison with a **** in charge! Those guys did kinda sympathise with my situation, and offered me a ride halfway to the other hostel, by which point ...
We were once again up early kinda getting used to it hehe, first stop Great Salt Lake stunning lake very salty hehe, next stop was The State Capitol Building this was a beautiful building and beautiful inside marble everywhere. Next stop lunch and unfortunately we said goodbye to CJ our bus driver but we are going to keep in touch, our new bus driver ...
... of water came crashing through the Snake River Canyon. This caused the Great Bonneville Flood. It lasted for six weeks. The 350 foot high wall of water was traveling at 70 miles per hour. It picked up and moved a great deal of soil and rock and changed the landscape forever. The Great Salt Lake is all that remains ...
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