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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
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... men. Hilton and I had upgraded to the super charged mobiles. The brand was SeaDoo the same as our jetskis. How hard can it be right? Hehe we took off and headed to "the meadow" to get our confidence up. My god the vehicles went like a bat outta hell!! How much fun can two people have without getting naked (sorry mum and dad). We spent several hours climbing the mountain peaks and got to the very top before the snow settled in for a decent dump. ...
... eat" and we were not disappointed. We talked a lot about what we believed regarding religion and God, why believing in Jesus was so important for the Mormons, how Mormons are different from other Christian groups, etc. Ben reminded me that he's still thinking about the bar mitzvah experience by bringing it up again. He always has a mature way of mentioning it -- I think he said something today like "I think I'll regret it if I don't do the bar mitzvah, but ...
... Next, we all head up the chairlift this time and Lyndsey lines up to zip again while Patrick and I walk around and look at the views and stop in to see the ski run from the top. The ski run is very long and high but I am more unnerved by the huge bugs in that area than the heights. We stand on the ...
... amp; Marilynn Crider's house and play golf on Wednesday.
The stay at the Johnson's rental house was great. They are great entertainers. We hit it off with their landlord and went to dinner together and she bought everyone lunch today -- thanks.
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... better, with the Eichners taking us to The Red Iguana for an authentic Mexican feast. We experienced the pure bliss that is Mole (pronounced moh-lay). Apparently Mexico's national dish, it's an amazing explosion of flavours in the form of a sauce, which is served with meat, beans, rice and tortillas. It was A-MAY-ZIIIIIING!!!!!! The one that Amy ordered had over 50 ingredients!!! Seriously! It was a pretty hardcore food coma that followed and I ...