- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... like a bolt of lightening. Fortunate for me he and Derek stopped at intervals to rest and I had no problem staying with them. We had some beautiful runs skiing the blues. :). One never knows what to expect when you ski with other people for the first time. It was all good. At the top of one lift we saw a group of people hiking up a really steep hill so they could make ...
... say. It was breathtaking, just how beautiful this place is. It's crazy to think just how big it is, and just how many animals call this place home. We were lucky to see a Bison (buffalo) pretty much straight away. He was just wandering up the side of the road that we were driving along. We then stopped at the gorgeous Yellowstone Lake to take some photos and "throw some rocks" as Todd said. We then kept moving as we wanted to see Old ...
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From there, we had dinner at The Pantry in the Lion House. It was a great meal. We had herb crusted chicken, rice, salad and dessert. Afterwards, two young Sisters who are doing their missionary work at Temple Square walked us around the property to orient us to the different buildings and to answer any questions. They dropped us off at ...
... the next day to experience another aspect of American culture: ICE HOCKEY! It was insane- just like in the movies. With punch ups, numerous penalties, sin bins, bleeding faces, gloves flying, throwing sticks and of course Beer. We will definitely indulge in that experience again.
We had settled into the working life at the Park City Mountain Resort and celebrated the ...
... came over the CB and said, "Oh my gosh, I thought we were driving into the Promised Land!" It was really crazy.
And so began our trek across the flat, white Salt Lake Desert of Utah. It looks like a layer of snow covering the terrain. The white on either side stretches as far as the eye can see. You could also see that people had driven off the road onto the flat. We found out later that driving off-road is allowed…and there ...