Little America Hotel
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Yes, I'm back at it.
Over the weekend, I have motored across Iowa, Nebraska, and Wyoming to arrive in Salt Lake City, UT today. For my first post in a long while, I'll go over my plan and some lessons learned (already).
The Plan: tour the national parks of Utah (or Deseret as I like to call it - look it up) before making my way to Denver, CO to meet up with friends mid-Oct. So here's your opportunity to tell me about your favorite Utah stops ...
... time we had to explore a little of Salt Lake City and took a stroll around the area of the hotel. The Mormon Temple was in this vicinity so we had a look in there. Extremely welcoming (unnervingly so!), hospitable people with an interesting outlook on life greeted us at every turn. The Temple itself is not open to the public, but we did see a very detailed model of the inside and were allowed into a chapel to the side. All ...
Today we went to a ski field called snowbird and we stayed on the mountain for two nights. The next day we went skiing there had been a storm yesterday so we were skiing in knee deep (waist for Jessie), hooray. Jessie loved the powder so much we called her a powder pig. The funny thing was at the end of the day. We discovered our favourite run was a green.
The next day we went skiing again and we still managed to find powder in a run we like to call ...
... Mollie's! This place is straight out of the 50's or something close to that. I don't think that was on purpose though! I had to laugh because everything in the diner was original! This place was not remodeled to look this way. Heck, even the waitress's hairstyle looked like something from the fifties! If you look closely at the picture inside the diner, you will see what I mean. The waitress behind the counter has a big hairdo and a swatch of hair in her ...
... really restores my faith in our fellow man. :). And by the way my family said one of my gifts is I have never met a stranger. Guess that makes Frank a new friend.
I checked into the Crystal Inn and suites just outside Salt Lake City. The weather is sunny and I am pleased with the hotel. It has been a good day but all of a sudden I realized how tired I am. Looking forward to a good nights sleep.