Ramada Salt Lake City North Temple
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Non-smoking hotel
- Reduced mobility rooms
- High-speed internet in room
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... Stage Station. One building has been restored but all that remains of the second are some partial walls. The Overland Stage was established when the more northern route became unsafe for carrying the U.S. mail and the new stage company decided to follow a more southern, safer trail along the South Platte. This also took the route closer to Denver that was a growing area ...
... drive into the city where the driver of the shuttle explained all the sights along the way you are dropped off in the middle of Temple Square where you can take a tour of some of the buildings with some of the "Sisters" of the Church who are extremely informative.
They do not in any way try to push their religion onto you, they simply explain the buildings, what happens in them and tell you a little history of their ...
Linda drove us to Salt Lake City, and there was a lot of traffic. The weather is overcast. We were able to park in the City Center parking lot and walked to Temple Square.
It was a busy day for us. I planned for us to spend two days at Temple Square. We took tours of the gardens. We were so busy with the tours that we were not able to hear the recitals, but that is OK. We are coming back another day. Our first two tours were of the gardens. ...
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Then we got a little hungry and went to Chick-Fil-A which is actually REALLY good. The place was spotless and there was a fresh flower on every table and the employees were actually nice and didn't act as though you were a bother. I highly recommend if you're in a pinch and need something to eat quick.
We continued on to the Provo Spring Festival which I found on an online newspaper. It advertised as a festival with animals, food trucks, vendors ...
... is to find the hotel. The things address is "230 West, 500 South". How do you enter that in your GPS? I do a point of interest search and locate the hotel by name. Off we go! Guess you assume that's the end of it? It's not. We end up in the wrong one. The lady behind the counter gives us a map and some directions and kicks us out again.
By the time we are almost at the location she sent us to, Sandy manages to locate the hotel on the maps on her iPad, turns out ...