Springhill Suites Marriott Salt Lake City Airport
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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On the long, fast, hot trip down to Salt Lake City, Big Bertha finally tires and we have to tow her off the Interstate to a local garage. Poor thing!! Luckily this was only 30 miles north of Salt Lake so it could have been a lot worse!!
Spent an hour alone (no Elliot as the Kvams kindly looked after him) wandering around Temple Square which …
... museum of Utah. There at this museum my knowledge began to grow on the rich culture of Utah and began to appreciate the state for what it had become except for the Mormons They killed my vibe once again. After this, I headed back to my hotel. It was around 4:30 when I got back. I went to my room and took a quick power nap. I woke up at 7:10 realizing I still have 4 more hours of this wonderful day. I run to the my car and pull my phone out, I asked siri "Main attractions in Salt ...
... I'd seen it advertised on TV before back home, but never actually watched an episode. It's kind of like the show 'The Mentalist,' but way more relaxed and with more humour involved. I might actually stop if I see it while channel flicking back home :). It was then time to call it a night. It was getting colder, however 2 layers of clothing and three layers of blankets makes the bed so much more confortable :). Peace out from Park City, Salt Lake City ...
... plus many different buildings all related to the Mormon Church or LDS as they're referred to here.."Latter Day Saints".
We'd booked on a tour of the city, so made our way back to the hotel where the tour began from.
We were taken round the city, then out to the hills where there are so many colleges, and hospitals mostly related to the LDS.
We were taken to the place Brigham Young referred to as "This is ...
... makes a difference.
We ate lunch at the Nauvoo Cafe and did two hour's worth of family history research. In that short time I learned a lot about my paternal grandparents, and I intend to continue my quest to learn when the Ingrams and Langhams came to the US and from where. We were then out of time, so we met the LDS church-sponsored van for the ride back to the campground.
Overall, our time at Temple Square was very, very interesting. ...