Fairfield Inn & Suites Salt Lake City Airport
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... cleaning-free, laundry-free, cooking-free (and shopping-free) "rest" in a hotel.
I once heard someone say, "The reason people attempt to control others is because they are failing to inspire them. Well during all my cruise planning, I considered packing for Scott, but I definitely did not want to be controlling, so instead I decided to "inspire" his packing by prominently displaying his perfect wardrobe at the most accessible place ...
... and surrounding areas. Being high up allowed the strong breeze to cool us down, making it a nice comfortable easy trek. With time to spare, we decided a further challenge was in order. We stocked up on more water then ventured out along the 'Panorama trail', walking three miles in scorching hot desert temperatures. It was out in the open with no breeze and little shade avaliable making it a harder trek. Although the conditions were tough the awe inspiring scenery ...
... Denver. The grandparents headed to the Observation Car (aka Sightseer Car) to stake out seats for the spectacular climb out of Denver into El Dorado Canyon. The family room comes with up to 5 meals for it's occupants, so we feasted on omelette for the adults and pancakes for the kids.
After breakfast and after getting out of the Denver rail yard, we retired with the kids to our family bedroom. They were self-occupying with their ...
... in Salt Lake City around 3pm and Jim and Andrew gave us a brief city tour on the coach with a 20 min stop at The Capital for photos - it's huge ... I have no idea why Utah needs such a big building but there you go.
Then they drove us around the Olympic site and up and down a few streets past a few buildings then we stopped at Temple Square ... well those of us who wanted to have a look around but several stayed on the bus and went to the ...
... as I drove from Emigrant Canyon back to downtown. A monument there marks the approximate location where the Mormon pioneers first entered the Salt Lake Valley after a 1,300-mile trek from Illinois in 1847. From the wind-swept hill, you can see clear across the magnificent valley towards the Great Salt Lake. I understand why Brigham Young decided this was Journey’s End, time to stop, this is the place. The Park is ...