Ramada Limited Salt Lake City
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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... rest is history, the whole of the pack had a fall just before the finish, Stephen was the last man standing and quietly slipped by, hands outstretched in disbelief and claimed the Gold Medal. A great memory.
For Margaret and myself Salt Lake City also had another attraction that we never thought we would get the chance to see and hear. This was the world famous "Mormon Tabernacle Choir."
We had done a little research ...
... plants from all over the world. The gardens are redesigned every 6 months.
At lunch, we walked to Siegfried's, an authentic German restaurant. The food was good and plentiful. The nice thing about Salt Lake City is that it is laid out in a grid with streets that are numbered and easily understood, at least by me and not by my sisters. I was able to get us easily to Siegfried's.
After lunch, we walked to the North Visitors' Center and took ...
... change the front sprocket to a larger one to improve the gearing for them long straight roads that there are far to many of. Then in the evening we went for a Curry. Strange curry but still enjoyable and had way to much to eat. The menu gave You very little choice, ...
After wandering a bit, we were tried so we headed to Provo Canyon and found a small park where we took a blanket and took a nap in the sunshine.We got up after an hour and decided to head out to Eureka and the ghost town.
We drove down the highway and turned off to go down some lonely country roads filled with pastures of cattle. We were driving through a small town when I happened to look over towards Harper and saw Leslie's Family Tree Restaurant. ...
... Pantry. This was such a good choice. It is actually the home of Brigham Young! Before dinner, we went to the Bee Hive House next door. Two sisters (not family but LDS - Latter Day Saints - one from Canada and one from South America) gave us the tour. They did it fast since we told them we were expected for dinner next door before they close. Originally these were Brigham Young’s offices and later part of his home. I guess when you have so many kids ...