Hampton Inn and Suites Park City
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHampton Inn and Suites Park City
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 …
... the States we depend on each other in a way that seems of another era. Neighbors become friends and friends become family. While ones life can be more of an open book than one would prefer, like family you forgive and forget and love so deeply that your almost certain the same blood most run through your veins. So goodbye for now little island. And to our sistas and brothas-from-anotha- motha, warm hugs and lots of love. We'll see you when the snow ...
... getting acclimated to the altitude and temperature. It was 12 degrees last night. I work liners under my jeans but they didn't. I was comfy but the boys were freezing. We had to wait 15 minutes for the shuttle so we found a warm fire outside where we could wait. It was a full day and everyone headed to bed as soon as we got back to the condo. I fell asleep in less than two minutes. Great ski conditions.. Can't wait to get out there!
Today we had to wake up at 3:45 for our shuttle to the airport. What a pain! We had packed our bags perfectly the night before and had quite a lot of carry on luggage. We got to the airport and checked in, taking off our shoes once again. The airport is so chilled and old school it's funny! Luckily we had free wifi. When we got to the airport we actually found out flights go directly to salt lake. So that's a bit painful to know we have ...
... we head to the other side of the park. Patrick and Lyndsey harness up and head to the zip line. This is a more traditional zip line but the twist is at the end. The zip line takes you to a high up platform and then you have to step off it and free fall to the ground. They are warned that jumping off ...