Fairfield Inn Salt Lake City Layton
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... the rocks. We next drove to Ozark, Arkansas arriving in our third of four states on Betsy's list. We arrived at the Ozark Inn and promptly went for dinner at a local BBQ place. The dinner was excellent and we even had sweetened ice tea. April 13: We depart for Paris, AR and Mt. Magazine State Park. The state park is very nice and has a newly rebuilt lodge that reminds one of Skamina Lodge in the gorge. The park is also home of the Arkansas high point of 2,753 feet. We ...
... bar the lack of bacon (although american bacon is ****** anyway) and then went back to the room to relax until our check out at 2pm. We left to wonder around the temple square which is basically a big cathedral. Impressive, but when you live in Europe you are spoilt for cathedrals and this comes no where near! I liked the fountains though :) Then we decided to do a bit of shopping - mainly ...
... Point. It was freaking cold outside the bus though; I'm definitely glad I had a nice new coat from Lake Tahoe as well as a new heavy-duty beanie, because otherwise I would have turned into a popsicle faster than you could say 'polar bear.' Unfortunately all the cold excitement had made me need to use the bathroom, so I got to have my first experience with a drop loo. Fun times.
After drowning my hands in sanitiser, we were back on the bus and exiting Yellowstone through ...
... museums, administration buildings and Family History Buildings.
Our van dropped us in front of the Tabernacle where we were met by two young female missionaries from the Philippines. At this point we were subject to what we called "The Mormon Machine". The LDS church has created a process for visitors that maximizes exposure to the Mormon story and theology. Tour guides at buildings are all LDS members who have a loose script that they deliver.
... Traffic was heavy, the easy drive of the midwest suddenly came to an end! We checked into our hotel around 4 and shortly after left again to 'inspect' the city. We started with Temple Square, the nucleus of the Mormon's empire. The visitor center is welcome, open doors and lots of information about the church. Many missionaries from many places as we ...