Hotel Park City
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- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
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Travel Blogs from Park City
... son comes and stands beside me to watch. They begin to comment that "no way in hell are they trying that". I see Lyndsey approach the jump space and receive instructions from the staff member on how to step off. The family beside me start to make more comments -- " No way is that girl going to do ...
... had spearheaded this idea to create some sort of runner reminder/support for the runners to wear in our 10k. The idea evolved into a standard memorial ribbon, but we were all scrambling to find enough ribbon, safety pins, and time to create the 3000+ ribbons needed for each of the runners on race day, so on our way into Salt Lake City, Josh found a specialty ribbon shop that stayed open late for us so that we could start working ...
... theory is that it will support the dome in a 7.3 level earthquake. Lilly says she’s going to be in Norway when the big one hits. ☺
Note: The architect that designed and installed the anti-earthquake measures is the uncle of the young man working in the visitor’s center on Saturday where we also meet his parents. Mom is the architect’s sister. It’s a small world.
... continued on to Logan Canyon with Mountain Mahogany bushes, Dogwoods, Aspen. We saw a falcon flying overhead and with the Logan River on our left side and high cliffs with Pines to the right, the scenery was impressive even tho’ the river wasn’t very wide.
Lunch at Logan City
We were in Utah at Logan City and we parked at a Mall area surrounded by lots of cheap eats. Andrew showed us a cheap sandwich shop which had a deal so ...
... as I drove from Emigrant Canyon back to downtown. A monument there marks the approximate location where the Mormon pioneers first entered the Salt Lake Valley after a 1,300-mile trek from Illinois in 1847. From the wind-swept hill, you can see clear across the magnificent valley towards the Great Salt Lake. I understand why Brigham Young decided this was Journey’s End, time to stop, this is the place. The Park is ...