Residence Inn Salt Lake City Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... group and found out that each Thursday night during the summer period they hold a rehearsal which is open to the public between 7.30pm and 9.30pm.
The rehearsals are held in the Convention Centre of the church. The auditorium in which they are held holds a staggering 21,000 people. The acoustics are just brilliant and from any seat in the venue you can hear these angelic voices in their purity.
To be able to ...
... tour of Temple Square. I had booked this on the internet. We took the tour of the buildings and grounds with two young teenage females fresh out of high school who are performing their 18 month mission. These young women who provide the tours come from many states and countries. I had come to Salt Lake City and Temple Square in the early 1980's and enjoyed the tour better at that time. It was just information, and we were in a group with other ...
... and chutneys, no veg dishes and just white rice which was not on the menu. The garlic naan bread was possibly one of the best though.Friday 8th May
On the way to Moab it started out really warm so we took a ride around the Uinta National Forest. Where we found ...
... and yelled out, 'That restaurant!!!' Harper braked sharply and I told him to keep going, we had to get to the ghost town before dark. I explained to him that the restaurant we just passed was featured on the paranormal show, The Dead Files. I couldn't remember much of that particular episode, just that there was something going on in the restaurant and that the basement had gambling and boxing way back when.
We arrived at the ghost town around 8pm. The sun had set and ...
... two homes. There were so close to each other I couldn't tell if they were connected. I loved seeing period furnishings and some of Brigham Young’s own things.
We returned to the Lion Pantry for dinner - it is cafeteria style. The food was delicious. I’m assuming that it was made by Brigham Young University’s Culinary Arts Students. I had the artichoke and cheese filled chicken. It was very good. On the way out I went to purchase ice ...