Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham Salt Lake City-Fort Union
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Just got into the hotel after 12 hours and 20 minutes on the road, from Albuquerque this morning to Salt Lake City tonight.
And 11 hours and 20 minutes of that drive were amazing, magical, stupendous, wonderful, and other thesauruses. (Thesauri?)
Only the last hour of the drive was hard - navigating Salt Lake City's 5 and 6 lane highways with a speed limit of 70 mph and many folks going *way* faster, in the dark, with ...
... strength to slog back to the truck. From the parking lot we moved by that colossal stadium, but on the opposite side of the street was a cemetery. What was of interest was that there were deer inside, just relaxing amongst the dead. We shot through the intersection and rumbled into the dead zone. Those deer were not even slightly worried, even with the roar of our diesel; they just sat there content with life, fine with their pictures being taken. One had her fawn with her; spotted ...
... City Creek. A series of waterways and creeks run through the main shopping district and is home to lots of trout, waterfalls and fountains. Ness said it reminded her of the Arndale Shopping Centre in Wandsworth (not)!
I approached a local and asked him if he could direct me to a local bar. I didn’t know what answer to expect as I wasn’t sure if the consumption of alcohol is wholly acceptable by the Mormons ...
... ve been late for the show later that night. We went back to his place to get nice clothes and then to my place so that I could get in my theatre dress. He loved it!
We headed out towards the University in SLC. The Pioneer Theatre is located on the campus but isn't a college-production by any means. The production was The Music Man. We got balcony seats and were only 1 row from the front and no one in front of us. The set was absolutely amazing--totally ...
... still closed for the season. Bummer.
I kept going, finishing Serial and then listening to some mixed CDs Melissa made me, and then some Ricky Gervais podcasts. Then, I was in Utah! Took me an hour or so but I reached a great rest stop with giant red rocks and mountains. I met a nice guy who took pictures of me. I continued on towards Salt Lake City but had to go through the mountains. That was pretty insane. There were 3 lanes ...