Hampton Inn & Suites SLC Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... on the street, you can all sing together the "vintage" songs that resonate with your childhood experience. Beats the Barney concept song for the millionth time in a row. Check out the North Head and Cape Disappointment Lighthouses in Ilwaco. Hiking trails direct up to the lighthouses and are a wonderful climbing encounter. For much more info: Check out Mark Hoppus' weblog HiMyNameisMark for updates on Blink-182's summer tour, such as opening act schedules, set lists and ...
... I understand how important that field will become in the next few decades, yet for now I, and for this outing, I was only looking for science history. Don’t let the top floor fool you, the paleontology and anthropology make the next floors pale in comparison. Excellent adventure into the past.
We still have two more weeks in the Great Salt Lake City – we’ll take a couple more trips in town to see the Temple and hear the choir either sing angelically on ...
... to see today but randomly they had this little bird feeder thing there that the hummingbirds seemed to love and I got to see them up close which was nice. Lunch was in Logan, Utah and my knowledge of the Mormon religion was expanded upon. Turns out Utah is Mormon country. Who knew? Then we were off to SLC. We visited Capitol Hill and this time the dome was made of copper because Utah has the world's largest open pit copper mine, and apparently we will ...
... if I wanted to do something after he got off work at 1130pm but I was in no mood to do anything but be by myself.
Saturday was much better. I woke up and decided to go shopping for a comforter and maybe some clothes. I went to the mall when it opened at 10am but there were no people there which was weird for a Saturday. I ended up buying several dressy tops, a dress, and skirt at Macys.
On my way home I stopped at Tea-misu which is a tea place with ...
... city. It was such a glorious day, after hiking for a while we headed back as Kelsey needed to go to work so we dropped her off in downtown which allowed us to explore the Mormon Epicentre of SLC. It was kind of strange but at the same time not overly in your face.
While we were there we got some beers from the Epic Brewing Company as in Utah all mainline drinks are under 3.2% so we went for more microbrewery stuff. They ...