Howard Johnson Express Salt Lake City
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We get to eat in tonight, thank you Harmons Grocery Store
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... lax around here.
There were many families and dogs everywhere! Alix strikes up conversations with everyone and more than just a friendly 'hello'. I like that. He's very much an extrovert. Persephone loved running around and letting people pet her and finding other dogs. At one point I watched two pugs for 20 minutes and giggled constantly. Pugs are funny.
After about an hour or so, we left the park and went to Sprouts for some food. ...
... us on the right. The car behind us wasn’t so lucky. It hit the mattress which flew up into the windshield and over into the next lane. Thank God there was no accident, at least while we were there.
Interstate 15 runs north-south through a broad valley that is heavily populated. When we crossed the Oregon-Mormon-California trails on earlier trips, we read that the Mormons “settled in the broad Salt Lake ...
... is being dismantled, layer by layer, the ore removed, and the remains dumped somewhere else. In an orderly, well-controlled fashion of course.
It is a thing to see; to peer into that deep, deep hole; the Visitor Center presents an overview of the mining process from the moment of blasting to the shipping of the 99.99% copper plate; read about it online too. Nothing you see relates to ...
... have dessert which was hot fudge sundaes for my mother and I and a dish of mint chip ice cream for my father.
Sunday morning we got up at 6am so that we would be ready to leave the hotel by 7am for our drive up to Jackson WY. We departed on time and drove up to Ogden UT where we had breakfast at Jeremiah’s which we had also found online a couple weeks ahead of our trip. It is located in the same complex as the Best Western High Country. Our meals consisted of ...
... marvel at didn't help, with fat arms threatening to suffocate me time and time again. She was pleasant to talk to, but I think I may be guilty of being fattist; well - it's easy to judge when you're a waif. I was glad to get off the bus into the gleaming, incredibly clean and spacious Salt Lake City. Tired, and in need of a good shower and proper sleep, I trudged up to my hostel, 35mins from the Greyhound bus station.
Well, Salt Lake City really surprised me. Founded ...