I confess I am very skeptical about trying new restaurants but, a trip without the risks of a Gastronomic Tourism is not a trip. We went out for a small vacation of four days only to Idaho, and we stopped by my in-laws to see Twin Falls, which is, by the way,one of the most amazing places I’ve seen.
Of course, we had to try the Clover Leaf Creamery, highly recommended by my father-in-law, who took us there and I can say is a specialist in ice cream or he used to be before stopping ingesting sugar. Well, we weren’t disappointed.The place is amazing!
The vintage look will make you to want to come back but, it’s , of course, the ice cream that catches you up. Made with all natural ingredients you can trust that you will have the most delicious ice cream of your life. I had the coconut with chocolate. Believe me the chocolate is to die for.
Our first try at Thanksgiving Point didn’t go through as planned. The difference of temperature from West Jordan to Lehi was surprisingly huge and we could not enjoy the amazing Tulip Festival at that day. But, as good stubborn as we are we decided to face the weather and see the garden, anyways. We learned a lesson that day, do not mess up with Utah weather. After 10 minutes walk, we noticed that we are not as brave as we thought to endure the crazy, freezing, temperature of the mother nature in PMS. So, we made the smart decision to go back to our cozy and warm car and we gave up on the Asthon Garden.
The sad part is that I tried to have some support from Thanksgiving before entering to the Garden and see if they would allows us to use our tickets on another day, as it was too cold for for us and mostly was too cold for our 19 months baby. They denied us and the manager still added the best phrase to our crap day: ” You should see the forecast before buying”.