On Sunday in Salt Lake City we were treated to a peaceful snowy day in the park. It was so gorgeous, we couldn’t help but explore and take photos!
Jacket: Jessica Simpson, Sweater: Madewell, Jeans: Hudson, Boots: Lulu’s, Glasses: Giorgio Armani, Beanie: Neff
Our second day in Salt Lake City was spent skiing and snowboarding at Brighton Mountain so for our last day in SLC we decided to spend the day doing more sightseeing. It made a huge difference from seeing the city while it was sunny on Friday and then snowy on Sunday. I much preferred the winter wonderland we were treated to Sunday!
Our first stop was Vertical Diner for their amazing vegan breakfast again! Then after that, we headed to Liberty Park to take a snowy walk. The pond was nearly frozen over but that didn’t stop the ducks from hanging out in the pond. There were also tall hills of snow, perfect for sledding! Everywhere we looked in the park was truly gorgeous. It was one of my favorite parts of the trip!
Afterwards, we went to the capital building. I had never been to a state capital so this part was really fun for me. Utah’s state capital is truly beautiful, the outside was just as gorgeous as the inside which had marble pillars and staircases. It really is a sight you must see while in Salt Lake City!
Next, we went to City Hall which I had spotted from afar and insisted on checking out because it looked so beautiful. The building was complete with a tall towered clock. We spent a little while walking around and having fun in the snow before heading to a cafe to warm up with a hot cup of tea. We chose Nostalgia Cafe which surprisingly had a whole vegan menu! I wasn’t hungry unfortunately so I didn’t get a chance to try anything but if you do venture over there, know that they have vegan mac and cheese, hummus plates, and sandwiches! I stuck with a mug of white tea while we waited for it to be time to head to the airport.