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Travel Blogs from Park City
... snow and was still snowing this morning. Visibility was non existent so no way we were skiing. We had a big sleep-in (much needed) and then went up to Main Street for brekky then did a tour on the Main Street trolley. Walked the entire street looking at all the shops & trying not to freeze our butts off. Dinner at 501 Main where I had the best steak ever. Looking forward to tomorrow. Big ski on our last day before we head off to ...
... between two canyons and all you see left and right as you drive are canyons and cliffs. Canyonlands is devided into three parts, the Needles, The Maze and The Islands in the Sky. We are only seeing the Islands ...
I Bun and Eesha went to the copper mine with mom dad gundi mani keerthana and deepthi's dad. It was good. Very breezy.
Purchased a few copper sharpers and some magnets along with a souvenir.
Bun gundi and mani purchased items for the upcoming ...
... don't get to see at home.
Finally, we made it to Park City, found a hotel that's obviously a ski lodge in the winter, and settled in some before finding a local pizza place to get dinner. The food was really good, and while we were at dinner, mom got in contact with an old friend who lives in the area. Her name is Lucy, and it's been years since they've seen each other, so mom was really excited to ...
... guides were looking a little worn, so I didn't want to bother them about why the Church hates gay people, etc. etc. I genuinely appreciated the time they took to share their religion and Temple with us.
So I highly recommend a visit to the Temple Complex, but make sure you can have a stiff drink after, because you're going to need it. I recommend the margaritas at The Red Iguana, about a mile away, or a martini at The Red Door (a few blocks south).
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking