Ramada Limited Salt Lake City
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... a moment stored in your mind--you experience so much more. You can remember the sounds around you. The taste of the air. The surge of feelings you had.
When you look at a photograph, you remember where it was taken. When you recall a memory, you remember what happened. How you interacted with the universe at that moment.
Photos are beautiful. Memories are invaluable.
... from our hotel for dinner. It was 'all you can eat' for only $14, so I made sure I got my money's worth :).
It was a quick 2 minute ride over to the hotel, which was nice after an insanely long day of sitting on the bus. The bed is seriously the most amazing and most comfortable bed I have ever been in, and the pillows are a work of genius. I wish I could take it home. Definitely going to get my money's worth out of this hotel, so an early night for me. Peace out from Salt Lake City ...
... times in the same number of hours. That's Utah, though, I suppose. Oh yeah. He did show me one of the boom towns. Fairfield, I think it was.
So, that's the short version of my time here, on to the boring stuff. Utah joined the Union in 1896 with its capital at Salt Lake City. Two major cities are Salt Lake City and West Valley City. The state's motto is just "Industry." No Latin. The state bird ...
... the hall where all the current-day apostles and the LDS President are pictured in life-size portraits. They all face a statue of Jesus called "Christus", however, and Deborah made the point that the church hierarchy are not worshipped, only Jesus.
We spent additional time in North Visitors Center, viewing the very sophisticated displays and interactive dioramas that depict the fantastical story of the Mormons, pre-Joseph Smith. The "explanation" of ...
Today's route took us through a very traditional part of America - wide open spaces, agricultural land and pretty wooden houses with verandahs. Later in the day , the landscape changed dramatically as we drove through Moab, Utah and The Arches National Park. Awesome! ...