La Quinta Inn Salt Lake City Midvale
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... to describe the mountains around us everywhere we go. Actually I could never do it justice. We are surrounded by grey chisled peaks all touched with snow. Some just a dusting like icing sugar, some covered like a blanket. At the foot of these mountains there is one big city, Salt Lake which kind of reminds me of Brisbane without the heat and more industrial areas. A small collection of tall buildings, then lots of ...
... can be.
-We need to excel in untried areas – “odds are against us but odds do not matter when you win”
-Ten years ago I did not know that so much of the world operates on insecurity and need to love and be loved Even leaders/governments officials, etc can be operating out of the desire to please/to be liked
-Social media - Our connectivity – focus on the positive - ...
... flashlight in case of a blackout. Before I venture out from Minneapolis, I will be stopping by Target. (It’s Minnesota. I think I am required by law to shop at Target.) I’ll pick up a roadside emergency kit to toss into the trunk of the rental car. I will neither confirm nor deny my intention to return it if it goes unused.
I’ve renewed my AAA membership and ...
... a lot about how we had all been together full time for 31 days. The next day we let the kids sleep in and then got started on our drive to Roosevelt-Tower for our horseback ride. Along the way we stopped at the Canyon Visitor Center and watched a film about the volcanic activity in Yellowstone. The horseback ride was terrific and everyone had a good time. Ben's horse was initially a little ornery, and Jacob's horse turned ornery later in the ride, bending their ...
Sometime in March 2014 Scott received four floor-seat tickets to a Utah Jazz game. The pricey seats included a fancy dinner and we invited our sometimes fancy, always fun friends, James and Nikki, to join us. As we feasted on crab legs and prime rib washed down with a glass of sauvignon blanc, Scott commented that the china and silver place setting reminded him of dining aboard one of ...