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Disarmingly pleasant and easygoing, Salt Lake City is well worth a stopover of a couple of days. Its setting is superb, towered over by the Wasatch Front, which marks the dividing line between the comparatively lush eastern and the bone-dry western halves of northern Utah. The area offers great hiking and cycling in summer and fall and, in winter, some of the world's best skiing. People elsewhere in the US still tend to imagine Salt Lake City as decidedly short on fun, but so long as you're willing to switch gears and slow down, its unhurried pace, and the positive energy of its people, can make for a …
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Temple Square

Temple Square is a true highlight of Salt Lake City. This revered downtown attraction features shops, restaurants and plenty of religious and historical sites. A 35 acre ...

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Red Iguana

Ramon and Maria Cardenas started in the restaurant business over forty years ago. Ramon was born in San Luis Potosi. Maria, born in Chihuahua, Mexico, passed away in 2002. Together, they shared a passion for Mexican cuisine, and created recipes and dishes proudly served as delicious expressions of their cultural background.The Red Iguana restaurant opened its doors in 1985 to resounding applause and numerous local and national awards. The Cardenas family has had the pleasure of serving its dedicated patrons in the Salt Lake Valley since 1965 with the Casa Grande and Red Iguana restaurants. Ramon and Maria created unique yet traditional Mexican recipes, now passed on to the Cardenas children who are proudly continuing the family tradition.Serving the Salt Lake Valley all these years has been an honor and we are very grateful to all our loyal patrons. Thank you,The Cardenas family