Extended Stay America - Salt Lake City - Sugar House
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... kinds of foods like crepes, nuts, pizza, sandwiches, beer, salads, Mexican,and gelato, The theater was pretty huge, much bigger than the biggest Marcus theater but they didn't dim the lights all the way. I guess because there's so much food they don't want people making messes so they leave some light on. It kind of took me out of the movie.
So that was my weekend. Hopefully I'll just as an interesting weekend next week! I hope to go on another hike after work this week as well!
... to make sure we visit the theatre when they are practicing. We had a nosey in the visitors centre which had beautiful artwork on the walls representing both old and new religious interpretation. As soon as we went inside one picture took my eye. It was a painting of the most gorgeous woman and a toddler; she almost had an amish look about her. It wasn't until we were leaving that I spotted another canvas of what looked like a modern day rendition of Mary and ...
There is no way to see everything. There just isn't. Vacation or not, there is only 24 hours in the day. And, while I didn't have a strict schedule, I needed to be at the Thompson train station at 4:00 pm. So, there were things along the way that I missed seeing:
- Wall Drug: By the time I got there, it was closed. I did peek through the windows. I'm marking it as seen.
- Minuteman Missile tour: ...
... store. The trees in the middle of the square were turning gorgeous shades of red and yellow, and Jackson is also home to a cowboy bar - horse saddle bar stools and all (not exactly the most comfortable things in the world to sit on though).
It was then time to sit on the bus again on our way to Salt Lake City. Today's movie was 'The Gods Must Be Crazy 2.' Unfortunately I was so tired that I only made it about 20 minutes into the movie before falling asleep. Apparently I've ...
... with three years to go before retirement. He just decided he had had enough and that he could live off savings for three years to officially retire with union pay at age 58. Pat was a powerhouse operator here in Ketchikan for about 30 years so he is one of the original folks that were grandfathered into the old union retirement setup. He will end up getting more in retirement then he made as a paycheck. His only son lives in Boise, so he decided to move ...