Black Bear Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... the mountainside. Finally in the distance I saw people dragging these yellow carts behind them. I made my way over to where they were and asked what these strange looking things were all about. They said it was an alpine slide down the mountain. I was like please sign me up!! I didn’t have a pass, but luckily a nice guy gave me one for free and handed me a cart telling me to go have fun. I dragged the cart behind me down the path to ...
... 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 ...
Once in Phoenix, we had the option to fly direct home on either US Airways or Delta. From our experience coming in to Phoenix on Delta and connecting to US Airways, we decided to just stick with US Airways so we wouldn't have to change terminals. We were easily cleared on the flight home, but once again we weren't sitting next to each other. A passenger next to Scott noticed this and asked if I wanted to change seats with him. I ...
... and then, the Bonneville Salt Flats…flat land with turquoise pools and dried up land, flat and white with salt. And the flats went on for miles and miles, all the way into Salt Lake City. We saw salt miles surrounded by huge white pyramids. And there were more turquoise pools with salt just floating on the top like whitecaps on the open sea.
One light in the tunnel…we stopped for gas and when I walked to the door of the mini mart, a young man opened it for ...
Around noon we left to find a British Airways office at the airport (thank you Mami for the hint). We drove around town, found the right freeway took a wrong exit, passed the little private jets, the airforce base, some restricted areas and were sent back to the right road, by a stammering young man, who doesn't know how to read a map, and spends his day sitting in one of the many little security huts.