The Pavilion Inn
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... if I wanted to do something after he got off work at 1130pm but I was in no mood to do anything but be by myself.
Saturday was much better. I woke up and decided to go shopping for a comforter and maybe some clothes. I went to the mall when it opened at 10am but there were no people there which was weird for a Saturday. I ended up buying several dressy tops, a dress, and skirt at Macys.
On my way home I stopped at Tea-misu which is a tea place with ...
... gate, and heading over to Grand Teton National Park. The mountain range after which the park was named was magnificent. We stopped to take photos of the snow-capped mountains from across the lake, and we all wished that we could stay there longer. It was honestly picture-perfect.
We then headed back on the road and down to the little town of Jackson Hole (or simply 'Jackson' to the locals). The town was gorgeous; nestled in between moutains, a great vibe, and a great ...
Paul had hired a car, but we needed to take a taxi to the airport where the car hire place was.
We got chatting to the cab driver and asked him if he could recommend anywhere as a day trip.
A few suggestions were too far away, then he got excited as he remembered an island called Antelope Island in the middle of the Great Salt lake.
So after a few hiccups at the car pick up place, we ...
... Pantry. This was such a good choice. It is actually the home of Brigham Young! Before dinner, we went to the Bee Hive House next door. Two sisters (not family but LDS - Latter Day Saints - one from Canada and one from South America) gave us the tour. They did it fast since we told them we were expected for dinner next door before they close. Originally these were Brigham Young’s offices and later part of his home. I guess when you have so many kids ...
Leaving Colorado and crossing destination #1 off of our list
was bittersweet. This was my first time ever seeing Colorado and it was
everything I'd imagined & more. We could have stayed (forever, possibly) in
Boulder for at least another 3 days, but our journey must continue west towards
Cali. Our next destination was Antelope ...