Courtyard Salt Lake City Airport
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... early night then turned into a late night, however both suitcases are now packed and organised, with everything I won't need in my new suitcase, and everything I do need in my old suitcase. Unfortunately my old suitcase now not only doesn't always stand up, occasionally squeaks and is getting little tears, but now the handle won't go down. Hitting struggletown right now, so it's definitely time for sleep. Peace out from Park City, Salt Lake City ...
... the place and sampled bison burgers which are healthier due to less fat content.and really enjoyed them, along with fried onion rings and French fries.
Paul tried to persuade me to go dabble my toes in the salt lake beach, but the sand was so rocky, it was much to difficult to walk on.
So we continued on the upward road to a lookout.
Oh my the views were just beautiful over the ...
... is very beautiful.
The Temple is the most sacred building for Mormons, used for the secret rites of marriage and baptism. Only LDS members in good standing can enter the Temple so the inside cannot be seen on tours. There is a cross-sectional model of it at The South Visitors Center which allows all to see the beauty within.
Of particular note is the baptistry on the ground floor, a very large basin supported on the backs of twelve oxen ...
Today was a travel day, but that is not to say that it didn't have some surprises in store for us. As is usually the case, when you least expect it, mother nature jumps up and hits you between the eyes. We left Cody at 7:45 and 66 degrees and headed south toward Utah. For the first hour or two the ride provided nothing interesting, just a lot of prairies with lots and lots of sage brush nestled in the wispy yellow grass. The land was flat and there ...
The best hotel in Salt Lake City (SLC) is The Grand America, an intimate little hostelry with a 775 rooms. It's sister hotel which is directly across the road is called The Little America, which at 849 rooms didn't seem that little to me. I booked into The Little and they gave me a Tower Room. I think the hotel's names refer to the size of the bill, and certainly mine was remarkably small, all things considered. The room was so big that I had ...