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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... watched it). It sits on the side of the mountain overlooking SLC, so tonight we can see all the lights of the city. We drove around the downtown area today and saw Temple Square and the capitol building. There are some really cool houses here too.. very different. We ate at the Pie Pizzeria and although I don't think bussing tables was a priority for anybody working there, the pizza was GREAT! Tomorrow we head to Moab and wi-fi may be spotty again for awhile. ...
... Dawayne's side and were able to find who we think is his father's father! On Joi's side, we found reports on her mother's mother as well as a great uncle on her paternal grandmother's side. Very neat to actually see the names of your people in a census report.
The second visitor center appeared to be dedicated to the life of Jesus. On the second floor there is a 40 foot statue of Him.
... of the center were marvelous. I enjoyed the architecture, which sees so well planned and everything accounted for, plus the water features from the gardens transcending downwards is very innovative.
We also road the UTA Lightrail system and went to the Discovery Gateway and shopping area, ate at California Pizza Kitchen, Yum! Thai ...
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... not taking a picture of it, but there was also a large pile of burned trash nearby. While I was shoveling peanut butter-banana-Nutella sandwiches into my mouth and pockets as fast as humanly possible, others were digging around the burn pile for scraps of a love letter collection. They ended up with about half a dozen pages. I feel bad for the poor heartbroken soul that drove 40 miles straight into the desert and burned her letters from a lost lover. She was probably ...