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After a long day, I made it home to Salt Lake City.
The trip had so many highlights and I learned so much about Peru and the Incan culture. Nobody can make a trip so special than Adventures by Disney.
This last week is full of memories that I am so glad to have.
... was beautifully polished. It was almost too perfect that it felt a bit weird.
Then came the really weird bit- tanoys were playing in all these public parks and areas with deluded god ramblings. It was quite amusing listening to what brain-washing dribble they were coming out with, but it meant we wanted to pass through quickly rather than sit a while and enjoy the setting. Plenty of people were about ...
... It was a very thorough tour and it didn't take that long. Afterward we could stay as long as we wanted and visit those areas that are open to the public, which we did. The City Creek Mall is very close to the square, we went there to eat. It is a lovely tri-level mall. Salt Lake City has really done a good job with this mall. We had lunch and took the shuttle back to our campground. I am glad we did not miss this ...
... the Wasatch Mountains. The mountains provide a wonderful backdrop and a variety of great recreational opportunities. In winter, piles of dry snow smother the Wasatch, providing excellent downhill skiing at 7 large resorts within 45 minutes of downtown, including Alta, Solitude, Snowbird and Brighton. In summer, there is good hiking and mountain biking. Wasatch's Little and Big Cottonwood Canyons are known for their rockclimbing spots.
Today we headed to down town ...
was removed shortly before the Ceremony. David Hewes took the sprue and had it made into four small rings and seven, one-inch long spike watchfobs. The rings were presented to Leland Stanford, Oakes Ames (Union Pacific President), President U.S. Grant, and Secretary of State William H. Seward. Several dignitaries and Hewes’ relatives were presented watchfobs, including nephew Tilden G. Abbott, whose fob is on display at Golden Spike National Historic ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility