Marriott Park City
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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 ...
... laughs, and good times. We can't wait to get home and have some of that with the rest of you.
The next day we left Seattle and drove to Sun Valley, Idaho, all pumped up for skiing. That bubble was immediately popped by our very friendly waitress, who when asked " What do you know about skiing? ", replied " Not much, but I know the mountain's closed ". Oh, well. You win some battles, you lose others. Moving on.
Anyway, without the mountain we still had ...
... and colourful gardens outside. We had dinner in the beehive house and later we tram hopped to the old station which is now a large shopping mall. Two young students led us around a tour of the garden but had no idea of the plants which we were able to identify for them. They also toured the building with little idea of the purpose of the administrative items they were showing us.
En-route we ...
... us from anywhere and sort it for us!
Sorted the tools, drove back to the Hotel, and now about to go for dinner again. Hopefully a cheap one!
We were recommended to go to Pats Place as being the best BBQ joint in town. Catch the Trax one stop, turn right and go along that road. You guessed it! We did as we were told and walked for ages. Asked a load of people - never heard of it. Eventually gave up, headed into a Chinese restaurant. Loads of ...
... the ticket counter, only to find a sign saying closed with no staff behind the desk, a female Greyhound staff member walked towards the desk, Rupak asked her from a distance "Can we still buy tickets" and in there usual aggressive and rude tone "no we are closed, you should have been here before 11.30am". The message was pretty clear we were not going to be catching at 1.10am but to SLC.
Rupak rang Mike to see if we could crash for one more ...