Holiday Inn Express Park City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... is option 1, 2 and 3 and also plan A and B. The only way to get off the tower is by jumping. About a dozen people cross the zip line and then wait on the tower and then those people jump from the tower in turn. I watch them zip line and then I wait to see them jump. As I am waiting a family with an ...
Our first night in Park City was really special. We were the very lucky recipients of a generous helping of hospitality from the Greenes, and as soon as we set foot in the house, I wasn't sure we were going to get the kids out of there. The Sole of the City 10k was just a few days later, Josh was heading home for his step-grandma's memorial service, and had decided to be at the race due to the events in Boston earlier that week, and ...
Scott's parents, Ray and Olivia, had been inviting us to join them on their annual Mazatlan trip and we told them we'd let them know about a week before our scheduled arrival. Since we had been talking about going with them for several months, I decided back in August that I better get Maya's passport just in case. The most difficult part about getting her passport was getting Scott to meet me at the city building during the passport application office's working ...
As we motored further out, we drove through Snake River Canyon and saw quite a few nesting Ospreys near the river banks. A couple of the nests had a bird in them – we could see their white feathered heads popping over their nests and another, one of the parents had come back with some food for the youngsters and was standing on the side of the nest flapping his / her wings … quite a sight.
As we motored ...
... in California and the picturesque salt flats of Utah. I have not plans to return here any time soon on a road trip.
What can I say about Salt Lake City. Well, it certainly does not look anything like it did when I passed through here 46 years ago. All of these years, I have been carrying around in my head a vision of standing at the bottom of the hill on Main St. and looking up the tree-lined street and seeing the capital building at the top, with a shiny gold dome. It ...