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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... We picked out a couple DVDs for the house and went shopping. Chris and I looked at the toys and found a word game with dice that looked fun then we had some chicken wings and continued onto Ace Hardware. We were on the hunt for some tile to replace the backsplash in the kitchen, but they didn't have any. I did find a really cool copper wind art piece that I had to have for the courtyard! They also had some super long forks for roasting marshmallows and hot dogs, but they were ...
... be part of that, as we were unable to keep the events from them - we thought it was great that they could be part of a project highlighting the positives of us as human beings, as opposed to the ugliness that events like the Boston bombings so obviously show.
The kids and I drove Josh to the airport in the morning for his flight to Baltimore, and immediately felt the effects of not having our fifth member with us. We set ...
My cover photo is from the Holi Festival here in UT. I went with my friend Shanker and his 2 children. It was very messy, but lots of fun! It was cool meeting Shanker's friends from the Nepali community here and getting in the spirit with a tradition festival to welcome spring with lots of color. I'm off for my long flight to Nepal tomorrow, 4/28. I arrive in Nepal on ...
Tues 19th Feb
Direct flight from New York to Salt Lake City. An hour wait and Holly flew in from Houston. Shuttle to Park City, just 40mins.
Settled into our condo http://www.vrbo.com/88434 and then dinner at the Silver Star Cafe across the road.
... of the year. It is landlocked, with rivers feeding in but nothing flowing out, resulting in a mineral-filled mix five times saltier than the ocean. About. Only brine shrimp, and brine flies, can survive in it. I wanted to get my feet wet there, and so I did. And I learned something new.
I knew that Great Salt Lake is the remnant of Lake Bonneville, an ice-age lake. What I did not know is that in ...