Old Town Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Hot tub
- Business Services
- Free parking
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My sixty seventh day away from home starts with another drive day, this time we are off to Utah. We had to stock up on alcohol as Utah is run mainly by Mormons so there are very strict alcohol laws. I think they're in for a surprise with a bus full of Australians about to arrive! We arrived at the hotel and popped over to Walmart for a few necessities. It really does ...
... we ate some veg and hummus and then our amazing hosts Katy and Kyle cooked dinner for the 5 of us- Kyles younger brother jay is also in town to help with some renovations to the house, such as installing hot water and felling some trees to give the place and even better 360 view. We ate the food on the deck and one of this first things I noticed is how defening the quiet was. We were so far from any noise that my ears couldn't quite get it at first, After dinner we decided top go on ...
... the truck stop!
We arrive around 9 in Park City and our hotel, Chateaux Deer Valley, and it is up to Lyndsey's standards...so we can add Chateau to the list of words she likes for hotels...Chateau, ...
... maybe in the morning might be an opportunity but we are so tired from a full day it's very difficult to get there of a morning. I can't believe there is a Sizzler in town by the way!! So our night consisted of us going to find somewhere to have dinner, but first we drank our six pack of beer. That was nice, I wasn't keen for dinner but I was going where Andrew wanted to go. On our walk we found a hat and boot shop, I just had to go in and have a look. The bloke really ...
... ranchers were starting to drive their cattle from summer pastures in the mountains to winter pastures at lower altitudes, so there were lots of cattle to watch for as you rounded the curves. We stopped in a campground on the west side of the mountains for lunch in the midst of the fall colors. The resident cattle herd tolerated our presence.
That afternoon we arrived at Burt and ...