Ramada Salt Lake City Airport
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... I have to admit that it has given me a different outlook into their lives and hopefully when I get back home and get a knock on the door from their missionaries I will be a little more tolerant of them.
The buildings are beautiful, the "Assembly Hall" is where they worship and is the first building you see on the brief tour. The organ situated in the building is the first thing that grabs your attention when you step ...
Today was our final day in Utah, and it was awesome. We began our day by attending the closing ceremony for the GSUSA National Convention. We heard some great speakers, heard about the Gold Award Projects from the 2014 Young Women of Distinction, and got pumped for the next convention. Viviana, a little girl with a big voice, ended with a great rendition of Alicia Key's "Girl on Fire." We then visited Temple ...
... be visiting her father in Algeria so we will not be meeting her. It was so much fun to visit with a friend in another country!
We are also hoping to meet up with my niece, Abigail, who works for an Irish airline but lives in Liverpool, England. We need to figure out the logistics, but I would love to spend a day or two with her while we sightsee in the land of our Millay ancestor. A Skype date is in the plans for when we are in Dublin and ...
... a national monument.
We checked into the KOA and then drove out to Great Salt Lake, dipped our foot in the water, it really stinks, drove a little ways farther to see some of the salt basin and called it a day.
The next day, we caught a Latter Day Saints van from the campground to go into Temple Square. Since we rode their bus, we had to take their little ...
... and instead this town feels more like a posh resort without the glamour. Its also feels much bigger here especially as the city of SLC is only 30 minutes drive from here. Its snowing as a I write which is a good sign. We have a 1 bedroom room apartment with a kitchen which is such a welcome change from the hotel room we had at Jackson. I can cook however the thing I hate is the tiled floors of the hallway and kitchen - they are freezing.