Hampton Inn Salt Lake City - North
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... on the bus about 8000 feet above sea level to get to Mt Rushmore to see the heads of the Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt they are huge it is so hard to believe that it was built just buying using string to calculate the size of the heads and dynamite and hammers and chisels to create all the features of the faces. The detail was amazing you could see their glasses, collars and make out all their facial features which are ...
... The kids had fun with Ananya and her little sister. Nagashree made yummy avarekayi upittu for all of us, our first homemade meal nearly after ten days. Enjoyed their company and drove to manju and Jayashree's place in Folsom. Tejas and Pranav became good friends and had a good time while Tanvee enjoyed being big sister to Pratheek. We had a wonderful time at manju's and started our trip to the Bay Area.
... formations there is over 2000 natural arches although we didn't see that many and balancing rock it was extremely hot here also, after we left here we headed for Grand Junction where we stayed the night. We had a lovely last night dinner with Bill and Sue and Rebecca and Ryan. Bill and Sue are from Georgia Atlanta and ebecca and yan are from Connecticut. ...
... went to the Lion Pantry. This was such a good choice. It is actually the home of Brigham Young! Before dinner we went to the Bee Hive House next door. Two sisters (one from Canada and one from South America) gave us the tour. They did it fast since we told them we were expected for dinner next door before they close. Originally these were Brigham Young’s offices and later part of his home. I guess when you have so many kids you need two ...
... fewer than half the population of Salt Lake City proper are members of the LDS Church today.
Immigration of international LDS members, mining booms, and the construction of the first transcontinental railroad initially brought economic growth, and the city was nicknamed the Crossroads of the West.
Salt Lake City has since developed a strong outdoor recreation tourist ...