Extended Stay America - Salt Lake City - West Valley Center
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... the top floor of the Joseph Smith
Memorial Building. At 7:30 we returned
to the Conference Center for a rehearsal performance of the Tabernacle Choir,
this was fantastic and we both enjoyed the performance. The auditorium is so big that with us seated
in the first level of the balcony section the 360 member choir and the full
orchestra seemed to be in miniature. It
was an amazing experience to see and listen to the choir.
Since we were flying with a 3-year-old and 8-month old, we decided it might be easiest on them and us to split the flights into two days. The first would be the longest, Salt Lake City to Atlanta, an overnight near the Atlanta airport, followed by an early morning quick flight ...
... arriving at Antelope Island near the campsite and visitor centre, we drove the only road to explore the other end. It is absolutely beautiful. The whole island is covered in a tall yellowy grass with lots of sunflower kind of plants sprouting up. The view across the perfectly still lake to the towering, snow capped mountains is stunning.
It felt a little bit like a safari as we drove along slowly trying to ...
we experienced here was. Hopefully you can see some of its beauty captured into
our photographs. I think we took like 1,000!
Unfortunately the Salt Lake is kind of a wasteland and
pretty smelly. It’s nicknamed the Dead Sea. Although our campsite was ok, the
closer you got to the lake the smellier it ...
... things. Realizing how kind the world is is one of the best gifts travel can offer. Some people pack for foreign travel like they are going to mars. They bring everything for every possiblity. Fear of the unknown can make you want to cling to the familiar. You bring things to insulate and prepare. It is liberating to step into a culture with less than you need. You will either find you didn't need it, or that the people ...