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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Shuttle bus service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- High-speed internet in room
- Heated pool
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For our final day in Utah I decided to take the kids to the sight of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Park City, about 20 miles from here. The first thing we saw on arrival was the training pool for aerials. There are 4 ramps, each with a different height, that the skiers go down to practice their tricks. As they enter the water a large surge of bubbles from the bottom of the pool softens the landing and prevents the skier from going deep ...
... on the bus about 8000 feet above sea level to get to Mt Rushmore to see the heads of the Presidents Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt they are huge it is so hard to believe that it was built just buying using string to calculate the size of the heads and dynamite and hammers and chisels to create all the features of the faces. The detail was amazing you could see their glasses, collars and make out all their facial features which are ...
... I sat down with Brooke and two other friends of the thrive group. It was really fun, we ate some nibbles, talked about our holiday and the different things Australians and Americans say differently!
Kimbo, Brooke's husband came home after work and started to play with the kids while we continued to to talk!
After the ladies left Nikki and I continued to talk with Brooke, kimbo and the kids! They were so cute and so funny!!!! We stayed up till about 10:30 and went to ...
... another one! Sandy turns out right and after some serious messing around (I could hear the people mouth to each other: Look, a tourist) we enter the hotels' parking lot (from the wrong side of the block, against traffic). Registering is done quickly so we unload the car. Hello Salt Lake City!
Foursquare advices to check out the "City Creek" mall, so we do. It's only a mile, so we'll walk. At least I'll have some exercise, as opposed to turning a wheel like some ...
... the Nike World Headquarters. When we got there, we were stunned. The campus is huge, beautiful, and symmetrical. We walked through a few buildings, all of them named for a Nike athlete. When we got to the Nolan Ryan building, we met our guides, Gretchen and John. John was head of running specialty sales and Gretchen was the manager of Pacers. They were both great.
The tour of the grounds was amazing. The HQ has 7 places to eat, two workout facilities, two ...