Hampton Inn and Suites Park City
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Left Yellowstone with mixed feelings. We had a wonderful two days and experienced so much more than Old Faithful, but looking forward to the next adventure. Luckily on our way out, we got some of out best bison sitings. The herds we saw daily were close to the road and crossing the road. We saw two males fighting and saw some babies. Seeing bison …
... 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 ...
... challenging and I did one of those. It was tough but I did it.
Olivia and Joe did explore the museum and the visitors center. They also watched the skiers practice their flips and spins by skiing down a jump over a pool of water. They had a great spectators area. After our time at Park City we drove on to Panguich for the night, which is just outside of Bryce Canyon National Park.
... at the northeast corner of 200 North and Main Street, the mansion has 21 rooms and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The house was built in 1900.
McCune was born in Calcutta, India while his father, Matthew McCune, was stationed with the British Army and converted there to LDS. The family immigrated to Nephi, Utah. Despite this, Alfred McCune never joined the LDS Church.
By the time he was 21, Alfred had contracted to build portions of the ...
... with a tower to view the salt flats. Many years ago, this area was part of Lake Bonneville, but the lake dried up, leaving the salt behind. The salt flats seem to go on forever; looking like the entire area is covered in snow. Since the salt flats can not support any life form, the automobile industry uses the salt flats to set world record speed races.
Salt Lake City is the capital of Utah and thus a bustling city. It was funny how we could see the city ...