Days Inn Salt Lake City/Airport
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... lunch so I started to cook it, I went to get more butter to put in the pan and asked tawney to watch it for a sec. I didnt know that she had headphones in her ears until the kids came screaming out of the room. Fire fire. Myself and about 50 hotel staff ran to my room and tried to keep all the smoke in our room and away from the rest of the hotel smoke detectors so the fire brigade wouldnt show up. Our room was absolutly filled with smoke it was terrible. ( it ...
- Slept in a little late and woke up around 10:00am - The woman in charge made waffles especially for me! - packed up and hit the road to Salt Lake City - made about 4 stops along the way do to "stomach" problems - trip took about 4 hours - Got to salt lake at 7:30 - Found the home of the greatest Malt shakes - couldn't find an open hotel so I slept in my ...
... planning our Take Action projects. After, we had an exciting lunch with our special guest, Kathleen, who talked to us about everything including our posts and our potential futures. We had dinner tonight at the planetarium and it was fun to take pictures pretending we were on the moon and mars. After, we had a dance with all the girls. The energy was very loud and there was lots of crazy dancing. Today was very tiring but lots of memories were made.
... not) food place for some chicken.
A real backpackers travel day: checking out of our room at the last possible minute followed by; 3 hours sitting in a hotel lobby after checkout, 3 hours waiting at an airport to board a plane, one hours flight in the wrong direction (to Phoenix) before 3 hours flight in the right direction, one hour waiting for bags and clearing customs, half an hour getting ...
... but much shorter on top than we are used to. Thankfully, we know that it'll have all grown back in the next week or so, as it grows so fast. He still looks cute. Rich is a little more descriptive with his not really wanting quite the same look. Cheap as chips for $18. A little cheaper than the last cut in Sydney!
A short tram ride takes us into Salt Lake City for a potter during nap times. First stop is Temple Square. A beautiful square in ...