Sleep Inn South Jordan
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... almost the only ones in the place. After lunch we walked back to the Temple Square area and went to the Church History Museum. It was very interesting. Neither Brian or I were very familiar with the LDS beginnings and history. I will say that all the volunteers are extremely welcoming and friendly. We talked to one gentleman there for quite awhile. By the time we left the museum it was about 6:30 pm. We were not hungry for dinner so we decided to take a ride out to ...
... coat as he began his studies as a dentist.
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... visit takes about an hour so a very weary bunch check into the Shiloh Inn at about 8.30pm. The hotel is dated, very dark brown is the overwhelming impression. Room is OK though, clean with coffee making facilities/iron/fridge and there is free wifi.
The Sunset Grill is the hotel restaurant and it is basic, we opt for burgers which were only OK but later find out the salads were fine. sleep is beckoning though so we head straight to ...
... travelled with my girlfriend around Lake Titicaca, saw cholitas wrestling in La Paz (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fighting_ Cholitas) , took a five day river trip down Rio Beni through Madidi National Park in Bolivia (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ehse1sZ WonM), saw incredible wildlife in the pampas of Bolivia, walked around beautiful cities like Arequipa and Hucachina, and had the best ceviche in the Miraflores district of Lima. Other reasons why I ...
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