Days Inn Salt Lake City/Airport
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Another good night's sleep and a smooth check out from Cable Mountain Lodge at 9 AM.
Would stay here again - so nice to walk right into park from here. It's a sunny day as we headed north toward Salt lake City. Stopped in LaVerkin for gas (43.79 / gal.) & coffee. Rte 15 North - 80 mph speed limit (this is fast for us Easterners!). Take Exit 40 for Kolob Canyons section of Zion ...
I got up a little bit earlier than I was originally planning, but it meant I got an early start on the day, and got to have breakfast with the kids before school :). Fruit toast tastes so much better in a house with a real kitchen and when it pops out of a real toaster! After breakfast it was time to catch up on some laundry, as well as have a shower. I'd seriously missed not having to put quarters into a slot before being allowed to turn on ...
... the see the newer auditorium with its 21,000 seat auditorium so we walked to the Convention Center, telling the person at the door we just wanted to see the rooftop garden and the auditorium. Yep, we were assigned a guide who was very pleasant and smiling, but strongly encouraged us to see the museum quality artwork along the way. It was, of course all about Mormon theology and history, and Deborah made certain to describe each scene. Security, in the form of ...
... etc with a running commentary. The beds had a rolling pin built into the head to be used to flatten out the lumps in the corn-stuffed mattresses. The 1860's dark wood furniture was stained with ox blood and sealed with butter milk which gives it a sheen and takes away the blood smell. Very interesting place. The talk on the bus before we arrived was about the book 'Nineteenth Wife' about the 19th wife of the head of the Church who defected and ...
Couldn't go to Utah without visiting Salt Lake City, and funny enough it took us nearly a month after we arrived in Utah to get there.
A little bit about the city:
The city was founded in 1847 by Brigham Young, Isaac Morley, George Washington Bradley and several other Mormon followers, who extensively irrigated and cultivated the arid valley. The LDS were seeking an isolated area ...