The Lodge at the Mountain Village
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Park City
... not sure what kind of facilities the park has to offer and we have lots to see so we will eat sandwiches in the car.
It is a short drive to Arches National Park which is our first stop of the day. ...
... formations there is over 2000 natural arches although we didn't see that many and balancing rock it was extremely hot here also, after we left here we headed for Grand Junction where we stayed the night. We had a lovely last night dinner with Bill and Sue and Rebecca and Ryan. Bill and Sue are from Georgia Atlanta and ebecca and yan are from Connecticut. ...
... bales of cotton.
Since early Utah residents were geographically isolated from manufacturing centers on the United States East and West coasts, they relied upon the Society and the annual exposition to learn new and better methods of farming and manufacturing.
Following Utah's admission as a state in 1896, the Deseret Agricultural Society came under the direct control of the state government. Its president and Board of Directors were appointed by the governor ...
... Utah, though, is beautiful. We can't wait to explore it the next few days.
Tomorrow we will upload more photos - too sleepy tonight.
Total hours traveled: 10
Total miles traveled: 540
Total hours traveled to date 13
Miles traveled to date: 674
Marianne, Lance and Roxie
Linda Burton posting from Salt Lake City, Utah – Sit down on the bench and close your eyes. Hear the children laughing, the sound of water splashing near. And a bee, a lazy buzzing bumblebee. The sun is warm; stay all afternoon. Inhale; take a deep, deep breath; smell the smell of spring. Wisteria takes the lead, but there's another sweetness in the air. Where is that splashing water? Where are those ...