The Chateaux Deer Valley
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We are off to an early start since today we are visiting 2 parks and then we have a 4 hour drive to Park City.
We stop and get gas and then to the grocery store to pick up some lunch supplies. We are not sure what kind of facilities the park has to offer and we have lots to see so we will eat sandwiches in the car.
Patrick and I get up early and leave Lyndsey to sleep while we go to breakfast at the hotel across the street from ours. Because it is off season , our hotel's restaurants are not open but their sister property offers a nice restaurant that is open. We walk to the Stein Eriksen Resort, which ...
... received by all.
25 in our tour group ended their tour in SLC.
The pictures from Bryce Canyon to Grand Canyon will show off some of the geological wonders we have in the US. One of the wonderful surprise not on our itinerary on the second half of this tour was our stop at Seligman, Arizona, on the old Route 66. The pictures will have to tell the "story." The "old-timers" will really appreciate it.
My apologies ahead of time. By the time I got back to the hotel from the after party, the restaurants were closed, as well as room service. (I thought room service was 24/7 in America?) So I'm a wee bit lit and am drinking the bottle wine that I brought from home (good call) and eating Fresh and Easy dry roasted and salted pistachio kernels. Don't get ...
... as- you-go-along crackpottery.
LK: Add your own Newcastle United supporting simile here. We stayed in what the manageress freely claimed to be “a low end budget motel” but how could we go wrong with our room’s disco party carpet? Never mind the room smelt faintly of gas escaping from the cooker, we’ve got a riot going on under our feet.
Thursday 30 June
KK: Went to Temple Square, where all the road numbers begin ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Chateaux Deer Valley Park City
Rooms were comfortable with nice features -- towel warmers, jetted tub, comfy beds and duvets and a fireplace.
Nice warm pool outdoors and hot tub. Deck was heated so it was comfortable for your feet when going between pools.
We visited in the off season and so the hotels restaurant was closed and we ate at their sister property across the street (Stein Eriksen --very nice restaurant).
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