SpringHill Suites Salt Lake City Downtown
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Today was the day that the girls started delving into their issues and their Take Action projects that they will aspire to complete following the end of the conference. The girl delegates also voted on some national issues. The girls split into their groups for the majority of the day and heard some speakers in their sessions. We joined together for lunch, where we heard Candice Kislack speak about her experience with the TOMS One for One ...
... dressed up people whom I assume are Mormons. There were also a lot of beggars and Chinese tourists.. Then we drove up a few hours to Idaho. God, America is so friggin big!! We stopped by a gas station and I found some interesting stuff in there, namely 14% "beer" in mason jars and Cappuccino flavored Lays potato chips. I mean, Idaho IS the land of potatoes, so perhaps they've long been desensitized by regular flavors and need to crank it ...
... all my expenses, which here will just be food and anything else we decide to do after work. So yeah, I guess I'll be leaving now. I've got a long day ahead of me. Good night, folks.
"Tourists don't know where they've been; travelers don't know where they're going." Paul Theroux
... br> We then headed north on 15 and got off at Exit 332 west. Then we got on the causeway to Antelope Island. I know Den didn’t really want to go since he had done so much driving. But I couldn’t see going to Salt Lake City and not seeing the Great Salt Lake! Well we were glad we did. First of all, there are so many buffalo to see and some come right up to the road. We saw two antelope crossing the road. When we got to Buffalo Point the view ...
... with lemon rice and salad. While I’m waiting for my number to be called, I read a framed and matted article hanging on the wall; it came from the NY Times, 2009. The article touted the delights of the Pastrami Burger, a piled-high meat-on-meat delight that originated here. Well, partly. There is more to the story.
1978. The first Crown Burgers opened in Salt Lake City. Nick Katsanevas and John ...