Marriott Park City
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... the very end. The ride commences with you being pulled up at a fair rate of knots backwards up the mountain. Then it is released and down you come, much to the delight of Margaret, until the very end. Not expecting it to break through the finish until the tension of the spring brought us to a complete halt. For a split second her sound of joy was replaced by a scream and an expletive.
The next ride was a ...
... The kids had fun with Ananya and her little sister. Nagashree made yummy avarekayi upittu for all of us, our first homemade meal nearly after ten days. Enjoyed their company and drove to manju and Jayashree's place in Folsom. Tejas and Pranav became good friends and had a good time while Tanvee enjoyed being big sister to Pratheek. We had a wonderful time at manju's and started our trip to the Bay Area.
... br> Lyndsey gets a little daring while walkng the Rim Walk.
This is another incredible place. One natural wonder after another.
Lyndsey gets her second ...
... but the crazy thing about this place is that it had a Petting Zoo?! Right in the middle of no where with nothing else around. It had a Dairy Queen there also. We patted a zebra and a donkey. They had goats, sheep and emu's, unbelievable really and you could put money in the lolly machine and turn some pellets out, the zebra was asking for the stuff and nipping and pushing until he got it. He knew exactly where it was and was waiting impatiently for it. Back on the road at ...
... things. Realizing how kind the world is is one of the best gifts travel can offer. Some people pack for foreign travel like they are going to mars. They bring everything for every possiblity. Fear of the unknown can make you want to cling to the familiar. You bring things to insulate and prepare. It is liberating to step into a culture with less than you need. You will either find you didn't need it, or that the people ...