Intown Suites Salt Lake South
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... book. As we were leaving our guide, a lovely man, laughingly told me that they only have one wife - it's 100 years since they practised polygamy. There are 50m Latter Day Saints in the world and the number is growing. Our guide, although trying to be diplomatic was fairly scathing of how the top men were so rich and the wives were kept poor and downtrodden - the Temple Square certainly wreaked of money. It takes up a whole block and took 50 years to ...
... ve been pretty busy, so much so that we realised we didn’t have ANYTHING booked or even planned for Canada so our last full day in the states was spent confined to our hotel room near the airport in Salt Lake City. It wasn't much fun but by the end of the day we had a solid plan for Canada and had already booked a good chunk of accommodation for it.
On the night we finally ventured out to Zaxby’s, a kind of ...
... is that my grandfather was born in 1874 and orphaned at 8. His dad, my great grandfather fought and died in 1876 in the Civil was fighting to free the slaves. His wife passed 7 years later. The Family History Library is free if you ever want to look up your heritage.
I had about as much fun as I could handle so I came back to the hotel just before dark.
Meeting friends tomorrow. Looking forward to more skiing. :)
Today was Christmas Eve! It was awesome to be with a family! We both slept really well! And woke up around 5:30 as we had gone to bed at 8pmish. We woke up and had some home made pancakes for breakfast with bacon. Kade (Nicole's husband) had cooked it and they were so fluffy and yummy! Then we were off to Walmart, the post office and a cowboy shop! We were super excited to send some chocolate and clothes home so our bags were lighter and we had never been ...
... nothing of it, I didn't imagine it could have anything to do with me and I went along with my own business of staring through the clouds.A brief conversation later, he asked me if I would have liked to go to a concert with him and his family. A little unsure of what kind of concert an older man and his wife would be attending and also of the plans I may have had for the evening of the next day, I tried to leave it open with a hint of indecisiveness. ...