Monthly Archives: September 2014

Inside The Salt Palace

My view of The Salt Palace from the front of the Marriott Hotel. It seemed so simple, just cross the street and climb the stairs into the building, but when I crossed the street I had to turn left and … Continue reading

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Salt Lake City

What I’ve seen of this city is beautiful, but I’ve been spending my time at Comic Con or the hotel. I should have flown in here Tues (Sept 2) to have had an extra day for exploring and recovering, but … Continue reading

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SLC Comic Con – Day 1

The flight from Atlanta was late leaving the airport due to storms out West. We waited on the Tarmac for over an hour and I got so stiff cramped in that plane seat. We had a 3 hour flight and … Continue reading

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Check In, Check

Flight check in was a hassle And unprepared was I For I was delusional To ever think for me It would be stress free I was charged for baggage check in When I thought it would cost free And there’s … Continue reading

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