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amazing is that the roof, directly over the auditorium is an expansive area
either covered by granite walkways or expansive plantings covering 4 acres of
trees and flowers. The entire building
and the surrounding sidewalks and courtyards cover 10 acres. We received a private tour of the building,
as we were the only ones to arrive at that time; it was wonderful to have the
opportunity to discuss the features of ...
... for two days in the Bahamas. Welcome to our world.
So that's the background for the trip, and now I can tell you what actually happened. :)
If you know anything about Amtrak, you know that they are incredibly prone to delays of the multiple-hour variety. In fact, if the train is only an hour delayed, you might say that it's "on-time." T had spent weeks doing research on the timing of the trains and diligently ...
Beyers: Off to the land of the Mormon, we hit the road to Salt Lake City. It was hot that day – like ridiculously hot, and the only way to survive is to be in air-conditioning. I think at one stage it reached around 47C.
We found a motel in SLC, checked in and went for a drive around town. What a beautiful and clean place. We walked around, had a look at the Capitol Building, and then went ...
It would have been a perfect day to ski, fresh powder and blue skies but we made up our minds ages ago that we would avoid the weekend crowds and do other things. Although, I was told that since 70% of SLC population is Mormon, Sunday's are pretty quiet. So today, I started the day making spicy black bean soup, something like what I had at the Mangy Moose the other night. It was delicious although I feel a bit like a cheat ...
... 1970’s. James founded Minos Burgers in Anaheim, California, where he renamed that Turkish pastrami burger The Zorba! Now, I’ve already told you that Crown Burgers was opened in Salt Lake City in 1978 by Nick and brother-in-law John. But that was not the Crown Burgers you see today. There is something besides the food that makes these restaurants special.
1982. In an effort to really distinguish ...