DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Salt Lake City
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... and flowers were gorgeous. This is the national headquarters for the Mormans. There are statues, fountains & a very high skyscraper building with that houses the Church of the LDS offices.
Fill up gas tank of rental on our way to Best Western Airport Inn. Very nice motel.
May 14: Up EARLY for our 7 am flight home. Smooth hand off of car at Enterprise & ...
... Joel, before making coloured rubberband bracelets with Emily. Fun fact - rainbow loom bracelets are a lot harder to make than the box or any 9 year old says :).
It was then time for dinner - another lovely home-cooked meal of orange chicken, rice and veggies, and then home made apple crumble for dessert. It turns out I've really missed home-cooked meals because I even had seconds of the chicken, the rice, AND the veggies :).
It was ...
Our next stop was the rooftop garden, which is like the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. When the Convention Center was built around 2000, the architects decided to plant tree and flowers on top of the building to keep it from being unsightly when seen from the nearby Capitol Building. There are fountains and lovely plazas. Unfortunately it was raining so we weren't allowed to go outside, citing safety concerns. But Deborah, our guide, made sure we ...
... City (the capital of Utah) about 4, orientation drive around, group photo taken on the steps of the State Capital Building, into the Hilton and out again at 5.45 for a tour of Temple Square (Morman headquarters) and the gardens (taken around by 20 year old Chilean and Portuguese girls who are in training) and then dinner at the Market Street Grill - very nice 3 course dinner with 4 other Aussies at our table. Altitude here is 4514ft above sea level.
We packed up the campsite and went to the Junior Ranger Headquarters at Moraine, where the kids turned in their ranger books and were sworn in as RMNP Junior Rangers. From there we headed out on the Trail Ridge Road, a gorgeous and scary drive over the Rocky Mountains, with switchbacks and hairpin turns, skirting terrifying edges. It was so beautiful. We climbed (by car) up into the alpine tundra, which was unlike anything we ...