Hilton Garden Inn Salt Lake City/Layton
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... dams) and were passed by numerous log trucks. We were in the Ouachita National Forest. We arrived into Hot Springs with hard rain, decided to forgo camping in the National Park Campground, and found a lovely B&B within walking distance of the downturn win and "Bathhouse Row." The B&B had a membership for one of the baths (for guest use) and off we went to the Quapaw Bathhouse to take the waters. There are eight bathhouses along Central Avenue, which cut through ...
... we had a choice of about 3 restaurants that were open! Doug had a strange tortilla burger and I had a healthy option chicken thing which really filled me up! Then we made our way to the cinema where we watched Fury! Very intense but good film. We came straight to the train station where we are now. Guess what - the train is about 40 mins early! We're about to board now. Next stop San Fran :) ...
... store. The trees in the middle of the square were turning gorgeous shades of red and yellow, and Jackson is also home to a cowboy bar - horse saddle bar stools and all (not exactly the most comfortable things in the world to sit on though).
It was then time to sit on the bus again on our way to Salt Lake City. Today's movie was 'The Gods Must Be Crazy 2.' Unfortunately I was so tired that I only made it about 20 minutes into the movie before falling asleep. Apparently I've ...
... You sort of begin to feel like you are on a conveyor belt, traveling along a prescribed path.
We chose to attend the 30 minute organ recital at the Tabernacle, so our guides left us, pressing the books they carried into our hands. They were very sweet, always smiling and polite, like all the missionaries and guides employed at Temple Square.
The organ at the Tabernacle has over 11,000 pipes and the acoustics are awesome. We left the ...
... the city was very empty and quite for an American city as we've seen it so far. Most shops closed, streets quite - we assume the Mormons enjoy Sundays with their families rather than going out shopping. The city is clean and neat and even has a tram system. On the other hand we noted many more beggers as in any other city we visited...(except for ...