- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... behaved themselves, so it was really easy – probably deceptively so. We all enjoyed the experience so much both for the joy of riding a horse as well as the pure, unadulterated beauty of the setting. Bruno especially was taken with the experience and asked if he can get riding lessons when we get home.
After our horseback ride we drove to Park City and had a quick sushi dinner at Whole Foods Café. From there we were able to ...
I loved Salt Lake City. I met some amazing people here.
I walked around for a few with Gracie. Checking out the Temple and whatnot. Had some lunch.
Then I met Reed.
He showed me around the city and gave me SO MUCH information. He has lived there for 80 years, and he was a History teacher for a lot of them and a Principal for even more.
Then I met Ashley and Jeff. We hit it off ...
... because all that snow makes it harder to drive on the roads.
Today I had about a 250 mile drive and I had three possible ways to go to our next destination, The Canyons at Park City - home of the 2002 Winter Olympics. Due to the weather, I wasn't really sure which was best. Everyone I asked had their own opinion which left me more confused than before I asked. One route was to drive over Teton Pass (can be tricky) but once over its all interstate which is ...
The RV park is quite nice. We are lucky to have unobstructed views of the beautiful surroundings.
We decided to go into Park City today so packed up the CRV and headed out. As we left the RV park, we looked up ahead and saw the Olympic Village ski jumps. What an awesome, unexpected sight! We walked all around quaint downtown Park ...
... adorned with plants and statuary, the surroundings add extra flavor to the food. There’s a fireplace, there are booths, and there are tables and chairs. Nice soft padded chairs. As for that Pastrami Burger, it was voted Utah’s Best in 2011, and likely will be again. It's been imitated; you can get pastrami burgers at other places. But you won't have a Crown Burger, and you won't have a fireplace.