Park Regency Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free parking
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... Zoom's. It is owned by Robert Redford and part of the Sundance Group. After a great lunch, we hugged and Erik, Gretta an Jillian and headed back so they could head to the mountain cabin for a few days.
Now is time we all dread and that is saying good bye. Sniffles later we head back to the coach to get ready for our Labor Day drive to Cedar City, UT and the next few days of seeing Zion and Bryce National Parks.
We got up early, got through security and waited to see if we would get on the first morning's flight home to Salt Lake. We did end up getting on, but with only two seats together, so Scott sat by himself, while I sat with Maya next to me and Elyse on my lap. The plane had individual entertainment monitors, so Maya watched Frozen twice, Elyse took ...
... to operate as a tourist attraction, visitors can try out different activities, like bobsledding (the sleds are driven by a trained driver), rope courses, an alpine slide (sort of like a slow bobsled), and ziplines. Granny and Cori volunteered to hold loose items and take pictures of the rest of us. Cole went down the alpine slide and rode down a zipline. Dawayne and Joi also did the slide, rode an "extreme" zipline, which was very steep ...
... the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. We just missed an organ recital, but we did hear a recorded version of the organ and the choir. We also listened to an explanation of the acoustics in this assembly hall. No matter where you sit, front, back, balcony, you hear the exact same sound. In addition the sisters walked us to view from the outside the Conference Center that can seat up to 21,000 people, the World ...
... exciting part of our drive was that Tim actually got to see the moose that he has been hunting for. We drove all through Canada without seeing one moose. Who would have thought that we could drive through Utah and see not only one, but two. We ended up for the night just over the border in Wyoming.