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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... it tomorrow. We headed downtown and made a stop at Temple Square, owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormons or LDS as they like to be called), containing a temple, tabernacle and some other buildings. It was pretty interesting and the grounds were very nice. Seems the LDS are not short of a dollar. Dinner was at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building right next to Temple Square. The restaurant is on the top floor and has ...
... Mormons, its not open on Sundays!?! Its located in West Valley City which is predominately a Hispanic population who aren't Mormons and would totally go on Sunday. Ah well, the interesting things about living in Mormon City USA.
Continued my ride and came closer to the river (about 4 yards). I saw a couple of geese and their goslings and I said, 'Awww' but then the mom or dad started hissing at me!!! Hissing like a snake! I didn't know they did that! I continued ...
... which way the down town was, and where to get the tram.
Paul spotted a store that has been excitedly acclaimed as coming to Melbourne soon "H and M". so we took a look inside and he found a shirt to buy.
We found a place called "City Creek" which has beautiful fountains of all shapes. It was over the road from the Salt lake temple.
We decided to go into the grounds where there are beautiful flower beds of ...
Arrived in Salt Lake City around 2 pm. Ryan excitedly freaked out when he saw the street cars downtown. He immediately began a hearty campaign to ride them. So we decided to ride up a couple of stops, turn around and ride back. No problem! Then we got on the wrong train on the way back; when the train turned, that was when we realized our mistake. Ryan declared it the best mistake we had ever made, as it meant more train time! Sheesh. We got on the right ...
... You could see the salt flats. You could see all around from this viewpoint. The mountains were reflected in the water. The sunset was beautiful even though there were clouds. The view by the Marina was nice but there were too many flies to get out of the car. As we drove back from the marina on the causeway at least a thousand flies met their end on our windshield - hood and mirror. There were so many hitting the window that it looked like it was snowing.