Summit Hotel & Conference Center
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Museum. Our weather today was very nice, albeit a little warm. I think it got up to 94 in the afternoon, but with low humidity it felt fine.
When we got to Union Station, which is only about 3 miles from where we are camping, we went inside where we were greeted by several of the nice folks who were either working or volunteering there. After buying our tickets we first went back outside with a docent who we could tell was anxious to show us his part of the ...
... was so cute! The weather was pretty good. We started to drive to Nicole's home and we were blown away by the beauty. We had never seen anything so beautiful. As far as the eye can see there were mountains covered in snow. You couldn't see any homes, nothing. Just beautiful countryside. They drove 2 hours to pick us up which was huge and then another 2 hours back home. When we got to the house it was dark. We walked in and wow! One of ...
... and plenty of time and no hassles checking in our luggage, had to pay $25 a piece, before boarding the flight to Dallas. We had about an hour there before the final leg to Salt Lake City. Flying in we had a great view of the North American Rockies out the window, the lake and other mountain ranges around.
Martha and JIm were at the airport to meet us and we were all so excited that after all the planning over the ten months our mutual journey in ...
... bought, The Big Trip from the Lonely Planet, about identifying the trip's pillars, the must-stops. The idea is to then plan the rest of the trip around them. Either during the planning or the trip itself, any changes that need to be made should be done to the other stops but not the pillars. After some thought, I decided my pillars would be Peru, Argentina, Antarctica, New Zealand, and Nepal. I added in other locations that enabled me to travel completely ...
... Salt Palace where Linda attended the SendOutCards Gratitude Convention. The convention was3 days of outstanding speakers, music and a tour of the Corporate Office and factory where our cards and gifts are made. We met staff that we talk with on the phone from time to time. It was amazing! (If you are curious about my SendOutCards business, check out my website at www.AZCardLady.com )
Once the Convention was over, ...