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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Microwave in room
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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... two corn tortillas filled with sour cream chicken and avocado, topped with mole strawberry and finished with melted jack cheese and a dollop of sour cream. Casey modified her dish as well with ½ of the dish covered in Mole Verde. We can see why this is one of their more popular dishes. The chicken is moist and tender.
We were so hungry, that when the meal arrived we dove into the meal forgetting our commitment to take a picture. We took some pictures ...
... 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 ...
Yesterday in a nutshell: Absolutely incredible to be surrounded by so much talent and creativity…the mountain is literally buzzing with energy and everywhere you go there are more and more "creators" – writers, directors, producers, actors….its unbelievable!
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... by a miraculous influx of seagulls, who ate the crickets. Church history or local legend? In Utah they are often one and the same.
My undergraduate school was loosely connected with the Presbyterians, and two Philosophy of Religion (PR) courses were required for graduation. One of the two courses I took was Comparative Christianity. Mormonism was one of the Christian faiths we studied, and since my college was only a few ...
... exorbitant price tags? Anyway, I have never seen so many ski runs and chair lifts. After lunch, we took the bike up and over Storm Mountain (part of a continuation of the Rock Mountains) via Guardsman Pass. There was a chairlift that passed right over our heads. It was a fairly steep incline with no guardrails to keep you from going over the cliff. Next we came down Big Cottonwood Pass. It was gorgeous winding our way through valleys and passes ...