TownePlace Suites Salt Lake City Layton
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... in Fischfutter für Aquarien und Fischzuchtanstalten . Ich schaue auf die Berge von Salz auf der anderen Seite des Sees, es kommt als " Sea Salt " , Wasserenthärter und Streusalz in den Handel. Wir verwendeten dieses Salz auch für die Kaviarproduktion , war es koscher zertifiziert. Wundert mich schon ob Mövenkot auch kosher ist, denn als wir and diesen Salzberge vorbeifuhren , waren sie mit rastenden Möven besetzt. Wir fuhren nach Antelope Island ...
... through historic Temple Square to see the first church built by the Mormans and the famous Tabernacle. We saw the outside of their impressive Temple, sourrounding gardens, and spent time in two amazing visitor centers. We totally enjoyed our tour and would return to Salt Lake City. On the return, we stopped in Logan to catch a showing of World War Z (don't go) and back to our campground again by way of the Byway. ...
... installed anti-earthquake building supports. Salt Lake City sits on a fault line and Utahans know that someday they'll have a big earthquake. The supports are about 2 feet thick with a steel plate on top and bottom and a thick rubber ring encasing lead core. The lead melts when great pressure is applied. So when an earthquake hits, the supports will absorb the pressure and the building and dome will not ...
... 80's. Kevin and I can cope with that. Well that's it for now. Be back soon.
ps. You will see that I have got my travel log mojo back as I have rambled on and on.
pps. Kevin saw the Prophet in Temple Square ... not a revelation you understand, just the 'current' living prophet as recognised by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
ppps. We deliberately avoided anything to do with Winter Olympics.
... bakery on the main street that we stopped at and purchased fresh baked bread. Sounds a little incongruous, doesn't it? Booze, red light district, bakery........ Thursday was Celina's 18th birthday, so Jim popped for a birthday dinner at a local steak house. Celina was also prepping to take her road test to get her driver's license, which she did Thursday evening, and passed. Did I mention she ...