Radisson Salt Lake City Airport
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Some things are not meant to be photographed. Some things require you to be present. For you to have a direct link between it, your eye, your memory.
I minored in photography in college. I will always remember one piece of advice my favorite instructor gave:
"Be sure you don't always experience the world from behind your camera."
If you put the camera down, you ...
... store. The trees in the middle of the square were turning gorgeous shades of red and yellow, and Jackson is also home to a cowboy bar - horse saddle bar stools and all (not exactly the most comfortable things in the world to sit on though).
It was then time to sit on the bus again on our way to Salt Lake City. Today's movie was 'The Gods Must Be Crazy 2.' Unfortunately I was so tired that I only made it about 20 minutes into the movie before falling asleep. Apparently I've ...
So much to talk about...but I don't want to bore you all to death. So I'll recount my adventures with my cousin before I get down to the boring stuff.
So Danny, my cousin, works as a troubleshooter/IT guy for Wells Fargo. Basically, this means that he fixes software, broken ATMs, and stuff like that. Considering I'm going to SPU for either mechanical or electrical engineering (no, I still don't know), ...
... with walkie-talkies, was highly visible throughout the Convention Center and all the buildings.
The auditorium was incredible, built with cantilevered balconies so there are no pillars to ruin sight lines. Mostly used for the huge LDS annual conference, the auditorium can be used by outside groups if the event is in keeping with the building's consecration to God. The Salt Lake City Olympics used it for some of their ceremonies, for example. No ...
... another one! Sandy turns out right and after some serious messing around (I could hear the people mouth to each other: Look, a tourist) we enter the hotels' parking lot (from the wrong side of the block, against traffic). Registering is done quickly so we unload the car. Hello Salt Lake City!
Foursquare advices to check out the "City Creek" mall, so we do. It's only a mile, so we'll walk. At least I'll have some exercise, as opposed to turning a wheel like some ...