The Lodge at the Mountain Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Lodge at the Mountain Village Park City
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... They say people get used to it in about 24 to 48 hrs but we keep going up and down so I never seem to get over it.
After a very nice breakfast with a beautiful mountain view, we head back and wake up Lyndsey. Today we have plans to head over to the Olympic Park and do some activities.
... guides asked me if I was Mormon and what I knew about the Church of Latter Day Saints. Before I got to Utah, many people told me that the Mormons could be pushy and even try to flirt with men around the temple area. I didn't find that. They'll tell you anything you need to know if you ask for it but if you don't they'll leave you alone. I guess they just want you to know about their religion or they're told to proseletize. The guides made it well known that they ...
... that was a Wednesday. We ruled out Yellowstone for that very same reason. All booked up. We will have to come back another time to see Old Faithful. Salt Lake City was all booked up this weekend, too, and we had to go to Midvale to find a hotel with a non-smoking room.
It never occurred to me that weather would be an issue on this trip. When you live in Florida, you expect to get up and see the sun shining every morning. And it usually does. You forget about cold ...
... go outward from her eyes. Enjoyed.
U.S. Dramatic Competition: "Save the Date". Cute, artistic, raw, funny, charming. A bittersweet story about the trials of love with intimate moments of pain and happiness. Cute.
"Celeste and Jesse Forever". Starring Rashida Jones (I Love You Man, et al) and Andy Samberg. Witty script and is ...
... in yellow T-shirts and dungarees. And then head South.
KK: Drove to Moab via Green River, spectacular scenery and long straight roads. Moab is essentially in a narrow valley but once you are here it feels as though you are surrounded on all sides by high red sandstone mountains. LK directed us straight to a campsite but it looked like a gravel covered playground so I drove away from it. Half an hour later we drove back and paid for two nights. It is ...