Park Station Resort Condominium
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- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
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... my eyes off the vistas and one mountain was more wonderful than the last. I took the tram up to the top of Snowbird and talked to the on site photographer for a while. He gets a lot of business when the trams come up but has a few minutes in between when no one is around. He gave me a tour and told me the names of various peeks and mountains. It was all eye candy!
As you look at the pictures I took, you will see a front (white ...
... all finish up.
We get to watch the Olympic athletes practise luge!!
We return to the hotel and are tired from the day and so we decide to order in. The hotel informs us that park City has a delivery service that will bring food from over a dozen local restaurants. ...
... certain things never change, there was quite a bit that had grown since last I was here. I'm sure being home to the 2002 winter Olympics had a little to do with that. Since we arrived on a Sunday (and not much happens on Sunday in Utah) we settled into the KOA and planned out our next 2 days.
Our first day was spent at This is the Place Heritage Park, gaining an appreciation for how the valley ...
... Factory. Next up was Jupiter Bowl, which is a really cool bowling alley. We bowled 2 games and got to watch the O's on tv. Ben, Lucy and I thought Sam was going to throw herself down the lane with the ball. She was determined to bowl the 'right way' and the lightest ball was like 1/6 of her body weight. I was pretty sure she was going to be super sore in the morning, but then again, she isn't 41 and recovered just fine. We picked ...
... came over the CB and said, "Oh my gosh, I thought we were driving into the Promised Land!" It was really crazy.
And so began our trek across the flat, white Salt Lake Desert of Utah. It looks like a layer of snow covering the terrain. The white on either side stretches as far as the eye can see. You could also see that people had driven off the road onto the flat. We found out later that driving off-road is allowed…and there ...