Sleep Inn South Jordan
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... through the Lake Tahoe area and made it Sacramento by late afternoon. Today was the day of football World Cup finals and Srikanta was feeling bad that he could not watch it. The match was between Argentina and Germany, which Srikanta which Srikanta followed closely on the phone. Germany won although Srikanta was supporting Argentina.
Our first visit in Sacramento was to suresh babu and ...
Utah must be one of the most stunning pieces of wilderness on the earth. I-70 W through the high desert and 191-6 through Price and into theWasatch Range following the railroad. I felt so silly passing the opportunity to scamper around in this far-removed wilderness, but, due to the fact most of it was privately owned and fenced with barbed wire (minor setbacks), I rolled through the valley quietly listening to the embryology section of Henry Gray's Anatomy. Salt Lake City snuck up on ...
... pepper to taste
Basically, fry the onion, garlic and red pepper, then throw everything else in and boil the soup for about 45 minutes. Presto...great soup.
In the afternoon, we drove into SLC which is only about 25 minutes drive - SLC has to be the city with the closest ski resorts in the world (and I'm talking about a real city, international airport, lots of people etc). Its awesome. In SLC ...
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... Athenian, a supper club where Liberace was a regular. They had bouzouki music and belly dancing with steak and lobster. It was an era when Zorba the Greek was a popular movie, so the appeal was high. But what about that pastrami burger? I’m coming to that. During this time Michael’s son James learned to build pastrami burgers from a Los Angeles man of Turkish descent. At least, that’s the way the story goes. ...