Hampton Inn and Suites Park City
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Great one night stay - clean, newer Hampton Inn with large, clean room. Fantastic hot breakfast buffet. Right off Rte 80 & close to restaurants and former winter Olympic Games site.
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Head out at 8:15 AM with along day ahead of us on the road.
8:30 AM - got on Rte 80 East & will be on this highway ALL day.
9 AM - Fill the gas tank in Reno and got some Starbucks coffee. Not many town towns between here & Salt Lake City, Utah. Terrain quickly changed in just a 1/2 hour... from dense pine …
... loved being underground in the crater. The water is so warm. After the crater, we had dinner at a place called Dairy Keen because it looked like a train station and they had trains everywhere which he loved. Especially this train high up which he watched go around and around the entire time we were there.
He loved travelling on the airplane and did a great job both ways!
... less but still be 6,000 feet above sea level. Tonight I am staying with my buddy Drew in Salt Lake City. I head directly south tomorrow to a hot springs and then Bryce and Zion National Parks. So excited to soak for awhile in the springs. I am exhausted from driving and can't wait to be somewhere where I get to explore!
... on. These are obviously Olympic class skiers as are some of the ones we see practicing their jumps into a swimming pool. This is fun to watch. The skiers can ski down ramps of various heights and angles and then soar into the air where they do multiple flips and then land in a swimming pool. Very cool ...
... forged instead of cast. The spike was ordered on May 5, 1869 by Railroad Commissioner and candidate for Governor of the new State of Nevada, Mr. F. A. Tritle. Virgina City assayers E. Ruhling & Co. provided 25 ounces of silver which Robert Lodge of the Dowling Blacksmith
Shop forged into a rather rough, unpolished, 6-inch long, 10 1/2 ounce spike bearing only the assayers stamp. The spike was rushed twenty miles to Reno, barely in time to be given ...