Bear Hollow Village
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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On Monday we walked around downtown Jackson Hole Monday morning and then had a good brunch at the Bunnery. Then we headed out for the five hour drive to Park City, UT. When we finally got to Park City we ran smack dab into a huge parade with hundreds of crazy teenage girls (the closing ceremonies of a soccer tournament we found out later). The street with the hotel was closed so we had to call to find ...
Had a nice long lie after a late night then headed up town for a brunch then we set off for a trip up to the great salt lake.wow what a sight!
it was so vast and we watched a couple wade out and then float in the water. No mirrors that we could see.
then we took a run out to Antelope island which is a state park on the edge of the ...
... On to Salt Lake, about 241 miles. Around 1pm we stopped in Wells Nevada for lunch at a dinner that advertised everything was homemade. I had a hamburger with a homemade bread bun. Boy was that good. Dave said the bacon with his breakfast was done to perfection.
Crossed into Utah so now we can add another another state to list of states visited since we started traveling after our retirements. We ...
... time in Sun Valley. If you're looking for Mom after we graduate from high school, she's pretty much decided to buy a condo out here. Well Mom and Dad I guess, Mom aggressively leading the charge. We got some school done, we went ice skating - again, look for Mom on the 40+ Olympic figure skating team - , and we rented bikes. We also ate a ton, the food out here is AWESOME. Most of all, the views are incredible.
Now we're driving to Park City, Utah where we will ...
... It seemed quite out of place with both the town and the sign on the Church yard saying no gun.
The next stop was the “most photographed barn in the USA”. I have seen this image on many publications since we have been there and given how accessible it is I'm not surprised by the tag. It really Isa's pretty as the picture shows. There are a few other buildings left behind in what is known as Mormon Row. ...