Ramada Salt Lake City Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... br> It just goes to show that in sport as in life, nothing is a certainty. Stephen was the slowest qualifier for the final and was in all honesty expected to come home in last place. His strategy was to stay behind the pack (well he had to do this as he didn't have the speed to be up with the leaders) and hope for a mishap to a couple of the other competitors which would give him the opportunity for a medal of at least bronze.
... required by conventional gardens. We then went to the Church Office Building to take a tour of the gardens in the plaza. However, it did start to rain. The tour guide took us into the Joseph Smith Memorial Building and spoke about the lobby and some of the meeting rooms in this building. Inbetween rain, we were able to see some of the gardens in the 35 acres. These gardens include 250 flower beds with more than 165,000 bedding plants and over 700 ...
Tyres all done but took longer than we had hoped, while there we got talking to a couple buying a pair of his and hers 12GS bikes complete with matching clothing and accessories. Once the bike was ready there was not much time left to do anything in the afternoon so I ...
... It was a nice festival but I definitely learned that any sort of activity or festival south of Salt Lake City will be all-kid focused. There were food trucks but we were still full from Chick-Fil-A. Lots of kids activities, pony rides, and something called Rent-A-Puppy. Apparently you can just rent puppies for a certain period of time for a certain amount of money or donation? There were probably 10 vendors and were selling Etsy type stuff but nothing so cool that I had ...
... famous destination here is "Temple Square". As it's right across the street from the mall we pay it a visit. Nice buildings and so on, but buildings never really leave an impression (unless they collapse on my head, but that's a different kind of impression).
Back to the mall. We walk through Macey's and some other chick stores and end up in the food court. We pick Sbaro to eat. One more stop later (the Disney store), we walk back to the hotel.