University Guest House & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of the town which included a look at the Olympic park and ski jumps and the downtown area where all the restaurants are. I saw one of my favorite distilleries as well, called high west but didn't really have time to stop in and check it out. Then headed back onto the highway and drove by one of phoebes old houses which she pointed out to me. We then took a mini tour around Salt Lake City which is phoebes old university town so got to see her house, old biking routes, and even ...
... with no real intent, yelling out at people across the street with shady visitors coming in and out. We passed several 'adult' clubs and shops and even were yelled at by a seemingly homeless guy while on our drive to Walmart where we finally experienced the famous American discounted store. Where are all the nicely dressed, prim and proper Mormons that this city is so well known for? Probably in bed sleeping since it was 8pm but I no longer had a strong desire to move ...
... moderate and flexible, while others are generally strict and dogmatic. Some diets, for instance, allow you to eat what you want once per week. There's no one right answer for everyone, but do not select a diet that you will almost certainly abandon within a couple of months. If all the experts would just concur on the best technique to lose weight, this would make things a lot easier. There are hundreds of theories on how to ...
... intently and there were lots with 'Jesus' badges. I think there was a big Mormon event going on as large groups of them kept popping up everywhere.
So we escaped the weirdness and had a wander round the shopping mall at the city creek centre, again all completely pristine. We grabbed some quick and delicious dinner from Red Iguana at the food court before heading back to our hostel for a relaxing, warm ...
... seats; the balcony was filling fast. Our tour guide had slipped us into a third-row pew behind a walkway, almost in the middle. It was a great seat for listening, but as usual I wound up behind a tallish bald-headed man. Not so good for the bottom fourth of pictures of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir! I retrieved a cough drop from my bag; now I was thinking about Not Coughing. I set my camera on ...