The Pavilion Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Good morning, Salt Lake City. Right at an hour on the road southbound, from our windshield came the magnificent view of our new city for the next three weeks. So much to do. Let’s see, there’s the Big Cottonwood Canyon, the Natural History Museum of Utah, Temple Square, LDS Conference Center, Red Butte Garden, possibly the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, Cathedral of the Madeline, the Tabernacle where the choir sings, the Capitol Building and Salt ...
... They generally form within sedimentary rock and volcanic rock formations. Bryce Canyon has thousands of hoodoos.
On Tuesday we checked out of Ruby's Inn and drove to the town of Escalante where we stopped in at the Grand Staircase Escalante National Monument Visitor center to check on
hiking trails. We ended up hiking the Lower Calf Creek Falls trail, about 5.5 miles with only 250 feet of elevation gain. The falls, at 126 feet tall, ...
After a year plus in the planning, it's finally time to leave on our new European trip. Somehow, I’ve never been to Rome (obviously my parents don’t love me enough), and Spain has been on our radar for a while. So over the next 2 weeks, we’ll be going to Amsterdam (on a 10 hour layover), Rome, Florence, Barcelona, southern Spain (including Seville and Granada), and a ...
... You can definitely tell the temperature is different here though.
We then drove into Salt Lake City and could see Great Salt Lake from the interstate. We actually have a room at the University of Utah Guest House. This was some of the housing from the Salt Lake Olympics and it's really nice. We're at the halfway point on our trip and it's nice to actually have a bathroom, wi-fi, cell service, clean clothes, an actual bed, and TV (although ...
... aged 8 and above are allowed in the range. I thought that was insane! The boys signed us all up and then decided on their guns of choice. 2 smaller hand guns and 2 big rifle type guns. I was pretty nervous. We got our safety glasses on and ear muffs and went inside. Dodging between bullet shells we made our way down to our last 2 lanes. Someone in the range had a pretty heavy duty gun and I was cowering behind Brooke because it was so loud ...