Hampton Inn Salt Lake City Central
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... group and found out that each Thursday night during the summer period they hold a rehearsal which is open to the public between 7.30pm and 9.30pm.
The rehearsals are held in the Convention Centre of the church. The auditorium in which they are held holds a staggering 21,000 people. The acoustics are just brilliant and from any seat in the venue you can hear these angelic voices in their purity.
To be able to ...
... to recruit me. Which was rather amusing.
More photos below of sexy salt and stuff.. oh and Baz. We thought a payphone was rather amusing in the middle of nowhere.
I also erupted into laughter at one stage because a road side sign said something about radio coordinates for the truckies and ...
Today was quite the jam-packed day! The girls learned about a scholarship opportunity for Silver and Gold Award recipients, sat in on the live delegate voting and discussion session about outdoor programming and Journeys (at which CeCe spoke in front of THOUSANDS of people!!), completed a paper version of their Take Action projects for submission to GSLI, learned about others' projects, had an evening at the Clark Planetarium and ended with a dance ...
... again, and it was in a great location. And i got my own room because I was meant to be sharing with the girl who pulled out, and they hadn't changed the booking! We walked to Temple Square where the Mormon cathedral, tabernacle and meeting house are, and dod a free 30 min tour, then walked to a cool brewery for dinner, i had a delicious warm shrimp salad. The Jans and I wandered around to fins a chemist to restock some toiletries, then i had a swim and spa at the ...
... Church is in every country except the Middle East and China. The center also has a 4-acre park on its roof with great views of the valley. Best of all was the museum. They have one of two surviving log cabins from the 1847 colony, and there are so many wonderful items in the museum proper. The Church has been very active in Scouting for 100 years and one room of the museum contains almost 30 original Norman Rockwell paintings about the Scouts. Way ...