The Inn at Solitude
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... Once we reached the water we had to walk another 100 yards to reach waist deep water, because of the high salt content in the lake it was extremely easy to float, in fact Jack was able to stay afloat even while pulling his knees to his chest and gripping his toes, it was a strange feeling to float in a curled up position. One major downside to the lake water is that it is extremely dirty, since ...
... the water with bathing suits. I wasn't interested in all in going in the water. Adjacent to the lake is a copper mining plant that has the largest human-made mine in the world. Crazy. In all, we had a short visit there and then went on an unsuccessful hunt for a "trendy" (Ruby's word) called Sugar house. We finally found it, but because this is a newer Western city (relatively), things are spread out and not really walkable. We got back to the camper ...
... to strike out for downtown Salt Lake City and see what we could see. After doing a little bit of research (obviously very little), we punched an address into the GPS, scouted out the location, found a free parking space and headed to the visitor's center. Joi went up to the woman in the booth and asked for any information for some out-of-town travelers interested in downtown Utah...uh, ...
... s delight, as this would have been her choice too. Rich selects Banana Cream. It takes all Dylan's self control (and ours) not to crack them straight open.
Dylan has a sit down protest at the injustice that his parents won't carry him on their shoulders, and instead have the cheek to suggest he might walk or go in the pram. We watch from afar, and take a few snaps, before he comes round and walks with us. Toddlers!
... it took about 40 years to build and much of the stone had to be hauled from Cottonwood canyon. It was quite a task. There were many people in the temple area, some in formal attire, like they were going to attend a wedding or something like that. I decided it was probably better at this point to return my bike now, since most of the sites in downtown can easily be reached by walking. Then I wouldn't have to worry about my bike being stolen in an urban area, like ...