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Travel Blogs from Park City
Getting out in the slopes is not for the faint of heart. We had to secure lift tickets and that meant trucking down to the ticket sales office at the base of the mountain. No one told us we could take a free lift from our condo and ski there without a ticket. Live and learn and takes notes for next time. The lines were really moving slow... Nothing to do but tough it out and ...
... wait and see.
The next day we spent our time exploring the Uintahs by foot and by Blue. A side trip up to Christmas Meadows gave us an opportunity to do some wildlife viewing, unfortunately no moose or elk decided pranced up to us. We did spot some mule deer just off of the road. The weather was bright and clear once again for our drive over Mirror Lake Road to the Samak and Kamas side of the Uintahs. With the change ...
... until you consider contributions to the community and the jobs it provides. Owned by Rio Tinto now, it employs 2,400 people and impacts 14,800 indirect Utah jobs; each year it spends $1 billion in the state of Utah in wages, benefits, taxes, and purchases from Utah area businesses. It’s evident; on our drive back to the city, we passed through miles and miles of new home ...
... were assigned #28. The room was not large but it was sufficient. Décor was light woods, greens and beige. The view from the room was spectacular--willow flats, a frozen Jackson Lake and the mountains.
For dinner tonight we ate in the Pioneer Grill which is the casual restaurant in the hotel. It is sort of an old fashioned soda fountain or diner in style. The seating is all counter seating and the counter is very long, winding through the whole restaurant. I had a ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility