Stein Eriksen Lodge Deer Valley
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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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 ...
It would have been a perfect day to ski, fresh powder and blue skies but we made up our minds ages ago that we would avoid the weekend crowds and do other things. Although, I was told that since 70% of SLC population is Mormon, Sunday's are pretty quiet. So today, I started the day making spicy black bean soup, something like what I had at the Mangy Moose the other night. It was delicious although I feel a bit like a cheat ...
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 ...
... 1970’s. James founded Minos Burgers in Anaheim, California, where he renamed that Turkish pastrami burger The Zorba! Now, I’ve already told you that Crown Burgers was opened in Salt Lake City in 1978 by Nick and brother-in-law John. But that was not the Crown Burgers you see today. There is something besides the food that makes these restaurants special.
1982. In an effort to really distinguish ...
... time before checking out. This time we made sure to be upwind so that we could see the actual plume of water instead of just the mist and steam it generates.
We departed the hotel and drove the road between Old Faithful and West Thumb. We especially enjoyed our stop at Kepler Cascades which is a small picturesque waterfall set among the trees. We continued around the loop road stopping at LeHardy’s Rapids where I walked into the woods to view them and eventually ...