Fairfield Inn & Suites Salt Lake City Airport
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What a FANTASTIC Trip! Loved all 5 National Parks... can't really pick a favorite.
Some highlights of trip: hike to Delicate Arch, hike in Little Wild Horse Canyon, Route 12 drive, hike to Calf Creek Falls, ALL of time in Bryce & sunrise over the canyon, ALL of Zion and dinners in Springdale.
Wish this amazing state was not so far away...
... for me to attempt to pack, since I had two suitcases and zippo organisation going on. Jess and her family were watching another episode of Psych, so it gave me a little time to pull out all my clothes and organise the luggage issue. Or so I thought - Anthea and Jess walked in after the episode finished and found me asleep on my bed, right where Jess had left me and absolutely no closer to being packed than before the she left the room. My ...
"All our bags are packed, we're ready to go . . . We're leaving on a jet plane, we don't know when we'll be back again . . . ."
Actually, we do know when we'll be back again -- in one month. One month in Ireland and France -- ooh la la! Neither of us has been to Ireland and it has been 18 years since Amy and I traveled to Paris for a week. I am soooo excited for this adventure!
Sixteen hours and counting until our daughter, Amy, picks ...
... the hall where all the current-day apostles and the LDS President are pictured in life-size portraits. They all face a statue of Jesus called "Christus", however, and Deborah made the point that the church hierarchy are not worshipped, only Jesus.
We spent additional time in North Visitors Center, viewing the very sophisticated displays and interactive dioramas that depict the fantastical story of the Mormons, pre-Joseph Smith. The "explanation" of ...
... travelled precariously close to the edge of the ravine. The rocks changed from grey to red and then suddenly to more of a yellow hue. Again it seemed to be getting colder and the river froze in parts as the sun set. An australian lady who was to be our dinner companion that night was incredibly excited at seeing snow for the first time. By the time we went to bed there was snow and ice on the outside of the train. We had arrived in Salt Lake ...