Ramada Salt Lake City Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... Too far away and too weak a lens. Taking Northern Lights pictures would have been impossible on the moving train leaking light pollution. And the stars... the stars...
I was only ever meant to gaze in wonder and remember.
If you take a photo of something amazing, it is wonderful and fun to look at it and reminisce.
But if you require yourself to call up a ...
... how to make sleeping in a bus work. Yay me.
On our way to Salt Lake, we also crossed the border into Idaho; even if it was only for a little bit, I can still tick it off the list of states I've visited on this trip. The tour guide then put on some documentaries about the south and natural plains on the TV, because we had that much time still to go before we got to our hotel. We did eventually make it to Salt Lake City, and stopped at a Chinese/Western buffet just around ...
... radius at 50 feet. My ears hurt after. In case you're wondering what I shot, it was a HK 9 mil with a long muzzle. The entire time. It was still fun.
Saturday and Sunday, he just kinda showed me around the city as much as he could. He's only been there about five months himself. It wasn't my favorite city, but it was a lot better than Boise. Oh, yeah. We got visited by way too many Mormons. Like ...
Our next stop was the rooftop garden, which is like the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. When the Convention Center was built around 2000, the architects decided to plant tree and flowers on top of the building to keep it from being unsightly when seen from the nearby Capitol Building. There are fountains and lovely plazas. Unfortunately it was raining so we weren't allowed to go outside, citing safety concerns. But Deborah, our guide, made sure we ...
... 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.