Extended Stay America - Salt Lake City - Mid Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... a guided tour, but there were guides all around for answering questions.
... was very extraordinary. I loved the way she told her story. She inspired me to "bury my dreams" too, but not in our Western culture's sense of burying our dreams. I want to see how long it takes me to achieve my dreams. Alison Levine was also inspiring. Part of the reason her story stood out was because she is a good speaker. She made me think that no matter how hard it seems to reach my dreams, I will persevere.
... plus many different buildings all related to the Mormon Church or LDS as they're referred to here.."Latter Day Saints".
We'd booked on a tour of the city, so made our way back to the hotel where the tour began from.
We were taken round the city, then out to the hills where there are so many colleges, and hospitals mostly related to the LDS.
We were taken to the place Brigham Young referred to as "This is ...
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... otherworldly' and we loved it.
Virtually lifeless due to the toxic levels of salt and vast temperature extremes it is designated an 'Area of Critical Environmental Concern'. We're not sure how critical though as we read a sign where Point 1 was: "Do not drive on the flats as the environment is very fragile". Point 2 was: "Most of the salt flats are owned by the military as a bomb range, so access is forbidden"...No wonder ...