Ramada Salt Lake City Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... more to come with the movers! They have like almost nothing--a couch, a lamp, a coffee table and a tv. Boom. A dining room table, a side table, a bike. So bare and the fridge was almost empty.....with four people! Maybe out here its more like that--minimalist. I know Matt (guy from the train) was like that too. Maybe its a Midwest thing...to keep buying buying buying?
I met both other roommates--Alix's brothers. Nik is ...
... out most of my money was still be "held" from.all the hotel safety deposits. *******s. So this day town just sucked ass for us. I thought it really needs to pick up so I decided to go to.applebees for lunch. ( was gonna save that for my bday dinner but we really needed a pick me up now) Ordered a.heap of food and loved it but we decided not to eat it all and save the rest for dinner ( even though we co7ld have finished it really) Dinner time came and the hotel had ...
... booth and encourage girls to look at my school. The most inspiring part of my day would have to be the presentation by Alison Levine. She was funny, engaging, and thought-provoking. Her words encouraged everyone to not stress about getting to the top, but to take the skills required to move forward in the future. Overall, my first day of Convention was life-altering.
Olivia: I was very impressed with Dr. Tererai Trent. ...
... 5th wheels, converted school buses and the occasional Airstream. Also hikers and hitchhikers and cyclists. The ones we can't understand are the cyclists. You see these poor souls dressed in brightly colored foul weather gear struggling up long grades with their bikes fully loaded sometimes pulling small two wheeled carts. Doesn't look like fun to us. When we encounter some of the more unusual rigs we say to each other, "Hey, at least they're doing it!". Thats ...
... am. We watched a documentary on Lewis & Clarke who trekked across the America. At 12.30pm we entered Bryce Canyon. The landscape was a rich orange rock with amazing rock formations. The rock is iron rich giving it is colour. We stopped for lunch at Ruby's Inn at 12.45 pm which is a town owned by one family, his name was Reuben. I had mini corn dogs and Andrew had a burger, because its owned by the one person, the quality only competes with itself and it wasn't all that. ...