The Cliff Lodge & Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... It helps that they are super cool shoes and that I will wear my super cool boots on the plane. And the industrial first aid box at work kindly donated a couple packets of pain killers and antibiotic cream to stock my tiny first aid kit.
I already feel like I have lightened up. That feels pretty good. ...
... Christ, the history of the church, their service to the community and the origins of the Mormon faith; it was one of the best visitor’s centers that we have visited. Next we took a guided tour of the “Temple Square” area; our first stop was the “Tabernacle”, an oval shaped building, construction was finished in 1875; that is the home of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, it was built in this shape so that the
... store has a great travel hanger for drying clothes that folds a treat! Small and compact perfect size for a carryon. I pack the following A black waterproof raincoat or wear it on the plane 1 black button down cardigan 4 different jersey tops of different patterns and colors to break up the black. 2 short tank style 2 long sleeve. 2 pants black dressy and casual beige cargo comfortable pant 1 scarf ...
... people had no limits to it). Completely go out of their way to take me through the city and even through dinner before dropping me off back at the hotel. A quick run and shower later, I went straight to bed.Here I am today, about to head off to LAX and then back to NYC today. It's been real SLC, the charm and kindness of your inhabitants amazes me and I haven't seen the likes of it in the country, ever. Thanks for the hospitality. I will be returning for ...
... parked near Temple Square. We walked the area and saw the famous Mormon Tabernacle and other church buildings. Our first stop was the Family History Library. This holds the largest collection of genealogy records in the world. Brian and I both signed up for www.familysearch.org and were instructed by volunteers how to use the system. We concentrated on Brian's family tree and spent quite a bit of time there. He learned his paternal grandfather was born in Southern ...