Homewood Suites By Hilton Salt Lake City Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... they can get some painting and wood floors refinished and of course put in the projection tv in the basement. So cool. She is even going to have a dedicated sewing room....jealous. It already has established great big trees ready for a tire swing and grape vines already producing juicy green grapes.
We then headed up the canyon to Snowbird ski resort for ...
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We got up early, got through security and waited to see if we would get on the first morning's flight home to Salt Lake. We did end up getting on, but with only two seats together, so Scott sat by himself, while I sat with Maya next to me and Elyse on my lap. The plane had individual entertainment monitors, so Maya watched Frozen twice, Elyse took ...
... aged 8 and above are allowed in the range. I thought that was insane! The boys signed us all up and then decided on their guns of choice. 2 smaller hand guns and 2 big rifle type guns. I was pretty nervous. We got our safety glasses on and ear muffs and went inside. Dodging between bullet shells we made our way down to our last 2 lanes. Someone in the range had a pretty heavy duty gun and I was cowering behind Brooke because it was so loud ...
... and counted 25 people that drunk, and massive segregations between those that did and didn't. I myself only had a couple of beers the whole day, but the whole atmosphere was strange and you could tell by the way the bands played and reacted to the crowd/atmosphere. For example, probably had seen the headliners 6 times before but just didn't seem right. I guess that's what happens when you put the 'Summer Slaughter Tour' in the most deeply religious part of the whole ...