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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... Omar had researched several ranches that offered rides and was able to book one near Park City where in the evening we were to visit our friends the Wrights who live there. The ranch was called the “Stillman Ranch” part of Rocky Mountain Recreation and located near Oakley, UT. We got there around 3:30 but they were delayed in getting the horses ready because of a big snow storm they had the night before, even though most all ...
... burnt down, it was reconstructed. In the gift shop they have a replica of what the Pavillion buildings used to look like. Hundreds of people would come out to swim, boat and whatever else was available for them at that time. The building then burnt down again in the 1970's due to arson. The Pavilion was again rebuilt and is now used for concerts and they have the Gift Shop. It ...
... Ralph Lauren and JC Crew and picked up some tops and shorts for summer at about 60% off the regular store price...not a bad deal. We will go back later in the week as they also have an A&F outlet.
In the evening, I had signed up for a timeshare presentation to earn 2 free tickets to the mountain worth about $210. Well I definitely earned it because it was only meant to be 1 hour but it took 2 hrs and 15 ...
... mile - zinging down the track, banking turns and being bonked around more than you can imagine. The ride took only 59.77 seconds! Our luge driver said he had never had a faster two person ride than ours. Lance and I smiled for quite a while after getting out of the bobsled, comparing our rides as I was in seat 3 (moderately turbulent) and Lance was in seat 4 (maximal turbulence). We ...
... Athenian, a supper club where Liberace was a regular. They had bouzouki music and belly dancing with steak and lobster. It was an era when Zorba the Greek was a popular movie, so the appeal was high. But what about that pastrami burger? I’m coming to that. During this time Michael’s son James learned to build pastrami burgers from a Los Angeles man of Turkish descent. At least, that’s the way the story goes. ...