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... price), Nikes for Tom and a soccer ball to keep Hamish happy. Time had got away as we had lost an hour some where when we moved to mountain time. The sun didn't set until about 8pm.
We did a lap of the Park City historic area. Beautiful upmarket boutiques and restaurants, it was amazingly busy. We found a Del Taco for dinner close to our condo and for $20 bucks we had a great feed on fresh tacos, ...
... anxious for us to view, accompanied by a guide if required. 'Sisters' and 'Elders' sprinkle the area, keen to help, but with the unspoken feeling that they are eyeing you up to see if you are ripe for goodness knows what! Everything is totally free, and so neat, tidy, opulent, immaculate and so damned nice that I was rather spooked. My first Temple Square experience was an organ recital in The Tarbenacle, during which the building's enormous ...
What a blast! Today we visited Utah Olympic Park at the Olympic Training Center. Such an amazing feeling to be surrounded by potential 2014 Winter Olympic athletes. The photos attached are not the best ... our camera decided to have a hissy fit about 2 hours into our day so please bear with us.
We started the day watching the athletes practice their jumps. The photos show one ...
... and tried to divert my thoughts by reading the program.
The first broadcast was July 15, 1929, I read. It was a hot summer afternoon in the Tabernacle, and the announcer had to climb a ladder to speak into the radio station’s only microphone, which was suspended from the ceiling. The poor man stayed perched on the ladder through the entire performance! The audio engineer was ...
... My parents had the Apple Crumble Pie for dessert while I got the Key Lime Tart. The desserts were great as well. I’d definitely return to this restaurant in Cody.
After dinner back at the hotel I took a quick swim in the indoor pool. We had torrential rain that night-- you could hear it beating against the balcony door and the flag was whipping in the strong wind.
Saturday we went downstairs to the free breakfast provided by the hotel. They had ...
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