Three Kings Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... areas and see many different landscapes in this park. some are rocky and some are desert like. Sometimes we even see the snow capped mountains in the background. We are reminded that this is an area with ...
Left Laramie, Wyoming and headed for Salt Lake City, Ut. This trip in roughly 465 miles and will take us 6-7 hours. This is probably going to be the longest Manuel will be driving so far. We have been trying to keep his driving under 4 hours to make it easier on him. The drive went smoothly. We did stop several times for breaks for both Manuel and Chuckie and of course to gas up and eat. The topography started changing once we started getting closer to Utah. Ah, the ...
Here is a little history about the Utah State Fair which explains how the fair came about and it's significance today.
Only nine short years after the 1847 arrival of the Mormon pioneers to the Salt Lake Valley, the Deseret Agricultural and Manufacturing Society organized the first Fair.
Due to the isolation of the territory, for the pioneers to survive it was imperative that they become self-sufficient and provide all of their necessities. Thus, the major goal ...
... her. We went over to Mrs. McIntire's house and hung out for a bit, swapping stories and just talking. There, we found out there are many things to do in Park City, and all of us wished we didn't have to head to Denver tomorrow. We might end up staying a few hours longer than we intended so that we can check out the area some - maybe we'll do some hiking or check out Olympic Park. We'll see. :)
Linda Burton posting from Salt Lake City, Utah – New York has Times Square and Central Park. DC has the Ellipse and Hollywood has, well, Hollywood and Vine. These are the Go to Show places that prove you've "been there"; you’ve set foot on the center of that city’s spirit, its soul, at least your take on it. It’s where you pose for pictures, the background leaving no doubt that you were ...