Extended Stay America - Salt Lake City - Sugar House
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... Flats” meadows in the south of the park. Halfway
down the road, we had to stop the car to wait for Bison crossing ahead. We got
out of the car to take pictures, but soon retreated back into the car when we
realized that we were slowly being surrounded by the entire heard of Bison.
With nothing to do but wait, we watched as Bison bigger than our car passed by close
enough for us to roll down ...
Salt Lake City impressed me so much. It is impeccably clean, is the Capitol city of Utah, hosts tons of things to do and other points of interest.
I found it interesting...in a good way...that at the popular outdoor mall, City Creek, there were posters of "Code of Conduct." The city leaders clearly expect an elevated level of behavior in public areas.
I heard no cursing...even from me...and certainly no "pants on the ground!"
... The original Saltair was an entertainment pavilion with swimming, amusement rides and games, dance hall, bands, and a train. This was back in 1893. Eventually the lake receded and the hotel was no longer standing atop of it. Then there were multiple fires and they just stopped rebuilding. Now its a concrete structure for concerts.
We got to the shooting area and basically just were shooting targets into the side of a foothill. Harper had a rifle which apparently ...
... has an 80 mph speed limit and I did every bit of it and sometimes a little more. I had a cop behind me at one point but he chose to pull over a nice looking couple that was going faster than me! I pulled over a couple of times hoping to find something to take a picture of but that’s when I realized that I had found the often mentioned BFE (Bum F___ Egypt) because this place is pretty desolate! I later pulled in for gas in a small town called Mountain ...
... steep! Glad we are not skiing Snowbird this trip.
People in and around Salt Lake rely on public transportation because it is cheap, reliable and easier than finding a parking place. I took a bus to Snowbird and back and then got a transfer to the Trax (train) to Temple Square.
The library was just around the corner from the station. Once inside I watched a short video on the library and learned about the millions of ...