DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Salt Lake City
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- Tennis Court
- Airport Transportation
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... burden of a solo diner. I know it's not true suffering, yet every bad experience is a tremendously deflating letdown. In the past month, I've developed two hypotheses:
1. Hotel staff are taking bribes from the worst restaurants in every town.
2. Other travelers/tourists are caught in the "time & place" mentality. The place was great because they're intoxicated with the joys of vacation and the incredible surroundings. And ...
Today we were going to go white water rafting. I got up this morning at 6.30am, showered, dressed and then went to breakfast. Had to make it quick. After eating i went back to the room, got ready for the day, got swimmers on, used the WiFi, packed bags and then took my bags to the coach and got on the raft bus. The raft bus took us to the raft shop. Here we got a safety demo, got our equipment and put on our wetsuits. Soon we were ready to go and stepped out into the ...
... the way to see what we could see.
The road to the island is over a causeway similar to Philip Island to those who know Victoria Australia.
We stopped at the top of a hill and just looked round at the peaceful scene of mountains in the background, and a lake in the foreground.
I didn't fancy scrambling over big rocks to the edge, so just looked round.
I was entranced to see ...
... continent have Hebrew blood.
Utah is Mormon country, but the growth in the state has brought in more non-LDS people. SLC is only 35% Mormon. But the Mormon heritage cannot be separated from the state itself. The state flower is a local plant that was eaten by starving settlers when they arrived. The state bird is the seagull--odd for a land-locked state. But it comes from the church legend that the settlers' first crops were saved from being consumed ...