Value Place Provo, UT (American Fork)
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Up early, and first stop was back to Bryce Canyon to have a good walk along the cliff.. Gorgeous scenery again and lovely weather. Off to Salt Lake City after that. Being Sunday, Salt Lake City was rather quiet, but we were taken to Temple Square, the big headquarters of the Mormons. Shown around inside the tabernacle building, and other buildings and when we sat in the gardens, we talked to two of the "sisters" - young missionary girls, ...
... Christina has decreed that we are leaving SLC early in the a.m. to make the drive straight to Tahoe. We also cross into the Pacific time zone when we get into Nevada so we gain an hour, always a bonus!
Our afternoon was spent walking to a nice mall in downtown SLC called River Walk. No surprise it had a small river flowing down the middle of it. Canyon got his iPad replaced with promises to be extra super careful with this one and Daddy was smart to ...
... seems really weird in the middle of know where, then further on a mile is a diner then a road entering into the salt flats. You travel around a couple of miles until the road ends and there you are - nothing else but salt. It was so hot and you could feel the burning as the sun reflexed off the salt. There was about three cars arrived and it was just an awesome feel to think that Bert went through so much ...
The best hotel in Salt Lake City (SLC) is The Grand America, an intimate little hostelry with a 775 rooms. It's sister hotel which is directly across the road is called The Little America, which at 849 rooms didn't seem that little to me. I booked into The Little and they gave me a Tower Room. I think the hotel's names refer to the size of the bill, and certainly mine was remarkably small, all things considered. The room was so big that I had ...
... and on cultural heritage while maximizing the benefits for residents of tourism destinations. The GCET is "a comprehensive set of principles
whose purpose is to guide stakeholders in tourism development: central
and local governments, local communities, the tourism industry and its
professionals, as well as visitors, both international and domestic" (UNWTO, http://unwto.org/en)The website is ...