Park City Peaks Hotel
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- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Heated pool
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Travel Blogs from Park City
... of the way. I hope it is his last...falls can hurt!
We caught the 6:00 shuttle to Park City in search of dinner. We ventures in Spurs... I would give it a 3 so we opted not to eat there. Next we walked down the street to High West. People were packed in there like sardines so Derek called Chimao's and got a table for us at 8. The food was unbelievable. Yummy. Gus said they have a 5 star rating. Fun hanging with these guys. They ...
... crossing moving boards, crossing open areas with various obstacles.....all while strapped into a harness. Lyndsey has no problem with this course and decides to try the higher one. This involves balance as well as upper body and arm strength. Again she has very little trouble but her ability is not ...
... with the time change) about 4:30pm. Our first stop was Cracker Barrel Country Store and Restaurant. As expected we had a nice early dinner. We got to our Motel 6 about 6pm and greeted by a very personable front desk clerk. She was full of smiles and pleasantries. Since we are planning to spend 3 nights here we unloaded our car and relaxed for the evening.
I hope all my blog readers can do the same ...
... very busy while Josh was away. First, we went to the outlets to get some clothes for the kids. While we were there, Ben noticed the center had a Pet Adoption place, and so before we left we visited the center. The only way I got us out of there was by promising Sam that she could eventually get a small dog (one she can pick up) when we get home. After lunch at Whole Foods, we went to see The Croods, and then picked up fixings ...
We got an early start today…on the road by 8:15. Today's drive was much better! We took I-80 East across Nevada, straight into Salt Lake City. It’s amazing how the terrain changes as you drive across the US. The trees and mountain climbs of yesterday are gone. In their place, brown mountains. (I don’t think there was a tree in sight.) There were a few small mountains we had to climb, but nothing like yesterday.