Hampton Inn & Suites SLC Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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I get to check off a few things I had listed on my Travel Bucket List.
Yes. There is an actual list. Don't judge me. I like lists. And I love checking things off lists.
So here is the final rundown:
- Mall of America
- The Corn Palace
- Wall Drug
- Mount Rushmore
- Badlands National Park
- Devils Tower
- Polar bears
- Northern Lights
... how to make sleeping in a bus work. Yay me.
On our way to Salt Lake, we also crossed the border into Idaho; even if it was only for a little bit, I can still tick it off the list of states I've visited on this trip. The tour guide then put on some documentaries about the south and natural plains on the TV, because we had that much time still to go before we got to our hotel. We did eventually make it to Salt Lake City, and stopped at a Chinese/Western buffet just around ...
... makes a difference.
We ate lunch at the Nauvoo Cafe and did two hour's worth of family history research. In that short time I learned a lot about my paternal grandparents, and I intend to continue my quest to learn when the Ingrams and Langhams came to the US and from where. We were then out of time, so we met the LDS church-sponsored van for the ride back to the campground.
Overall, our time at Temple Square was very, very interesting. ...
... to go with a health-conscious approach and ordered an orange juice. My seat mate decided to one-up me and ordered tomato juice. Who does she think she is? The 801 --> LA --> SF --> Tokyo --> Bangkok This is gonna be a long ass flight. About 24 hours. Classic Family Guy clip that I find relevant to any flight: ...
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