Ramada Salt Lake City North Temple
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... But this is always half the fun of staying in someone else’s house.
Then we hit the city, only a short drive away. And what a wonderful city it is! It is spotlessly clean, well-cared for and manicured with beautiful trees and flowers everywhere. It certainly feels like a place where everyone enjoys living.
There were no stressful commuters. No grumpy faces. Just lots of smiling people with white teeth ...
... us a while may remember the leveler problem on our way home from Walt Disney World in 2013. Yup, another leveler broke. The last time it was the right rear leveler. This time, it's the right front. So we can't use the levelers. For the rest of this trip, I'm going to be walking up hill every time I want to go to the ...
... month ago! Wtf I never heard anything about that, I had paid for this 6 months ago and nobody had bothered to mention it. They directed us to another hotel. We went to new hotel and it turns out they had orgainised for us to sleep in a room with 1 small double bed ( 4 of us! ) I just sucked it up and we went to find food cause the kids were starving. I had called my travel agent to ask if they had heard anything about the change. They had not and were not happy with ...
We drove over the causeway to The Great Salt Lake and onto Antelope Island. It was very serene and still; great place to dump Loci's body as there was no one around however, before I was about to put my cunning plan into action, I realised that ...
... missionaries assigned to take us around. One was from from Italy and one from South Africa.
Speaking of South Africa, Mormons didn't allow black people to fully participate in the religion until 35 years ago (something about blacks having the "stain of Cain")--so I would not be surprised if they send a high percentage of their young black missionaries to work at the Temple so visitors can see that, now, Mormons love diversity! No hard feelings! ...