Days Inn Salt Lake City South
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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-when you get older you realize that friendships do not just happen. You have to cultivate them.”
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Jenji Kohan (began writing on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air – her series credits include Mad About You, Sex and the City, Gilmore Girls, ...
... afield to find that elusive quiet spot!
The area reminded us a bit of the road we'd come down through Oregon on with steep hills and evergreen trees either side of the valley road
We went up a steep road called Guardsman Road which during Winter and ski season would be used to go to the ski lifts.
The view from where the sealed road lead was beautiful, but it was crowded with cycling enthusiasts ...
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, ...
... ancient lake, Lake Bonneville.
Denny and I traveled to Utah and decided to stay in Salt Lake City. We toured the capitol building, what better way to learn about what matters to the people of a state, and are comparing things in the city from our visit 30 years ago.
Happy 4th of July!