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Travel Blogs from Park City
... Park City. How can I describe it. If you can imagine John Wayne, skiing in the 21st century you may get what I am describing. It's ski resort with a cowboy twist and a tiny, very tiny, splash of Disney. It oozes wealth and sophistication. It feels like Christmas here. We love it here, thanks to the owners we are going to stay another ...
... laughs, and good times. We can't wait to get home and have some of that with the rest of you.
The next day we left Seattle and drove to Sun Valley, Idaho, all pumped up for skiing. That bubble was immediately popped by our very friendly waitress, who when asked " What do you know about skiing? ", replied " Not much, but I know the mountain's closed ". Oh, well. You win some battles, you lose others. Moving on.
Anyway, without the mountain we still had ...
... places. You pay tourist prices too. If I were to do this again, I would put myself around the outskirts rather than right in the middle of the city. Prices are better, less tourists, more authentic food choices. I also understand why the US does business better than some of these European countries. Spain still has the "siesta," the mid-day nap. The city is a ghost-town for the three hours in the middle of each day! Look ...
... normal process, but not having to juggle the kids and shoes and jackets was huge. I'd recommend to everyone that travels even semi-frequently that they try to get a trusted traveler number. We'd skipped breakfast at the house, so that was our next priority. Kristi and the kids hit up Wolfgang Puck's while I tried to get us on the direct flight tot DC, rather than flying through Atlanta. While I was on the phone with the Delta ...
... than inspiring. On the hardest climb of our trip so far over in California, (some sources labeled it a Category 1 climb), Scott, my Dad, and I were riding in front of her as we approached the climb. The climb was long, steep, and wound through the trees on a small road. As Scott and I were waiting at the top of the climb for our dad, whom we had "dropped" somewhere along the climb, we were surprised (and somewhat worried) when the next rider to crest the hill was not our ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking