Ramada Limited Draper
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the top floor of the Joseph Smith
Memorial Building. At 7:30 we returned
to the Conference Center for a rehearsal performance of the Tabernacle Choir,
this was fantastic and we both enjoyed the performance. The auditorium is so big that with us seated
in the first level of the balcony section the 360 member choir and the full
orchestra seemed to be in miniature. It
was an amazing experience to see and listen to the choir.
... huge rock formations. Later in the afternoon we basically had a private and very thorough tour of Salt Lake City. Our tour guide was friendly and extremely knowledgeable. We saw stately mansions, a pioneer village, a Mormon Monument dedicated to the soldiers that fought in the Bear Republic war between Mexico and and the California Republic, and Mormon buildings that make up Temple Square. We toured the huge Mary Magdaline Catholic Church completed ...
Today I finished the 7th book in the Harry potter series! What to read now, I don't know. The last half of the book was really intense because of the battle at Hogwarts. Harry was running everywhere and Hogwarts was crumbling and jets of light were everywhere and ...
... in big), it is salty and it is a lake, but the rest of it is pretty gross. We asked the lady at our hotel if you can swim in it, and she said yes, they did when they were children, and you can float on your back like in the Dead Sea, but when we saw it, we knew there was no chance of us getting in there. The water level was quite low, so we had to walk about 400m over this crusty sand/salt mix, with ...
... to get back down before we froze to death up there. The trail up was now a river of slushy hailstones and water flowing in torrents. We walked down as quickly as possible. Matt had about an inch of hailstones on his backpack and head. Our feet and fingers were frozen...and to think we had started out the hike putting sunscreen on because of the beautiful day! We made it down, a little worse for wear, but big smiles on our faces and proud we had made it as far as we did, ...