Park Regency Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Today again was sunny and we are off for another day of adventure. Bea picked us up about 10 and we toured the Park City sights. This is ski country folks and all that breathes is about skiing. The hills are all around and the summer ski runs are just waiting to see the first snow. There is also money in the air. Money drives most economies and it is apparent here. What is a small trickle of folks ...
... the area. The transit trolley station is on site and there is a shuttle pickup to go to the Mormon Temple Square. We made a visit to Temple Square, the SL marina and Park City which is only 40 minutes away, another great take at 10,000 ft. Today, Monday the fan blower unit will be installed, hopefully, and we again, head south, slowly working our way to National Parks that are, as of yet, not ...
... about 6400 feet. Lots of Colorado Blue Spruce and aspens.
We had lunch in Sundance and came back to Park City, UT and toured the town.
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We had a very nice afternoon shower that cooled things down.
See you tomorrow.
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... They told me they do not have access to the internet, they do not leave the campus, and they will be there for 18 months. WOW!
I am having a Donut and chai tea at a place called Madbrook Donut company and then I am headed to the Great Salt Lake and then off to Yellowstone!