Silver King Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
- Outdoor pool
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... she got back down, her best friend, Meg, told her she knew that Abigail would climb Mount Everest again. It was just the type of person she was. The speak, Alison, engaged her audience through incredible photos, danger, excitement, and humor. The night was topped off with a choral and dancing performance of three songs. An interesting contrast was created by the chorus, which was in white roves, while the dancers were in tight black costumes.
... the main ski jump. You look up and can't figure out what someone is thinking when they take off down the hill. They also have a Zip line that you can slide down from the very top to the base of the hill. We are living right today as there is a shuttle just sitting there waiting to take us back up to where the car is parked. How lucky can you be.
Off we go on a drive to see the Jordanelle Reservoir ...
... you come to the Great Salt Lake Desert which includes the Bonneville
Salt Flats that holds speed testing in August. After that it is flat and white and sometimes blinding. This stretch of highway the speed limit is 80 and they were still stopping speeders so it doesn't matter what the limit is someone always pushes faster!
We stayed at a campground west of town and after we unhooked, rested then off to find a store. We have a ...
... They had a bobsled that you could do which Joe was itching to try but sadly, we just couldn't make it work for him. The bobsleds go down the track at 60-80 MPH.
While the ziplines, chair lifts, and alpine slide were all really fun, Audrey and I really challenged ourselves on the ropes courses. They had one for beginners and kids which Audrey completed twice. They had two others that ...
... It was a very thorough tour and it didn't take that long. Afterward we could stay as long as we wanted and visit those areas that are open to the public, which we did. The City Creek Mall is very close to the square, we went there to eat. It is a lovely tri-level mall. Salt Lake City has really done a good job with this mall. We had lunch and took the shuttle back to our campground. I am glad we did not miss this ...