Residence Inn Salt Lake City - City Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... listen to them rehearse was fabulous. We stayed the entire two hours and loved every second of it.
More free entertainment is offered. On Friday evenings a series of "Concerts in the Park" are available. We attended on the Friday we were there and sat and listened to a performance of "Songs from Broadway." It was a very relaxing hour that we spent listening to great singers with songs from many Broadway Shows such as ...
... The kids (Kimberley and Logan), came home from Uni later that afternoon and devoured the NZ lollies and chocolates I brought. They have been missing them badly.
21st (today) - I slept in till 8.30am, so going to Moab was out of the question. Instead we went to Bonneville so I could have a looksee because...
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Sophia: Today was so fun! The closing ceremony was a bit bittersweet, but I had a good time and it had to end eventually. The highlight was BISON!!! There were so many at the state park we visited and they got pretty close to the car. There was also a coyote, pronghorns, and mule deer (who were so cute)! Our car was totally the party van and we sang and talked the whole way. Dinner was actually ...
Can't get enough of Utah,yet. I took a small break from the Nat. Park tour and headed to Salt Lake City. On advice from my son, I first visited the Mormon Temple Square. Very glad that I did. The compound (35 acres) is nicely landscaped and contains a number of interesting things. There are guides everywhere, inside and out, who are eager to assist. I had a personal guide on two of my stops. The actual temple is off-limits to visitors and the choir ...
... what a beautiful state. It is filled with hills and hills. There is green everywhere. People's lawns are acres and acres. They must mow full time. Along all the roadways are honeysuckle, luckily in bloom right now. It is beautiful. The winding, narrow and constant up and down hills of Kentucky were challenging. Especially with how loaded our bikes were.
Approaching Virginia nagged us with feelings of wanting to get this over, get home, get through. Instead of ...