Hampton Inn Salt Lake City Central
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... guests the chance to walk via cabins and church buildings, as well as see a working grist mill and replication of a blacksmith store. Tour of the office. Give the new-employ a complete tour of the workplace. Don't just assume that they will know where the bathroom and split rooms are, simply because chances are they gained't. The classes can be listened to and learned anywhere, anytime using iPods, CD's ...
... your face into distortion. That distortion is how the human mind perceives the world without venturing into it – though what you find out on the road might not be what you’re expecting: reality shifts can be troublesome for those that don’t welcome them.
I wake in a meadow. The piano player is now bedecked in a solid black, three-piece suit. “Do you like to dream, Mister Gorman?” “Not much for it right now,” I say as he stands back ...
We've had a really good day in Salt Lake City. We started off by going to watch a 'Music & Spoken Word' concert by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir in the Tabernacle itself. We got there to hear them rehearsing and then the main event which went out live over TV and radio and will go on YouTube in a few weeks. It was incredibly moving. We ...
... called Pop'n'Sweets which is a soda and candy store. Every kind of soda you can imagine, they have. They also have a fountain drink mix stand and milkshakes. I bought a couple of unique soda flavors (Peach, Strawberry Kiwi, Raspberry Lemonade and another I cant remember).
Later that night I decided to get some exercise in so I chose to bike the north part of the Jordan River Parkway since I had traveled the southern route not too long ago and it was amazingly ...
... before meeting Gus and Derek Schwartz at the airport so I went shopping for touch gloves. Now I will at least have something on my hand when I pull my mittens off to take a picture. Cell phones are a must for skiiers to keep in touch with each other and plan where to meet up in addition to taking photos.
Everyday is an adventure and I thought today might be a little boring but Oh NO I get a call from Karin... I could tell from ...