I'm horribly lazy and physically out of shape, but love seeing new things. Even if it means hiking for a couple of miles to see them. No, I'm not happy about it, but at least I've got some cool pictures to show for it.
This is part 1 of my infinitely-parted series, “Haunted Houses in Utah.” I’ve been to a ton, and if you’re a haunted house connoisseur like me, you might like to know ahead of time which haunted houses are worth the ridiculous high fee, and which aren’t.
This is basically the easiest type of “hike” you can go on. At no point are you actually required to walk on dirt. In fact, you could spend your entire walk avoiding dirt entirely. Wear heels if you want.
Let me explain what the Gardens are: They are some gardens. Huge numbers of gardens. It’s a pretty big area, actually, full of gardens and sculptures and landscaping and “themed garden arrangements”. Fifty-five acres of this, to be exact.
Pirate O’s is primarily a gourmet grocery store, which also happens to have a deli serving super awesome sammiches, boba tea, smoothies and coffee. Not just sammiches, by the way, but panini-style sammiches as well. And you should go to here.