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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.
... Park City. How can I describe it. If you can imagine John Wayne, skiing in the 21st century you may get what I am describing. It's ski resort with a cowboy twist and a tiny, very tiny, splash of Disney. It oozes wealth and sophistication. It feels like Christmas here. We love it here, thanks to the owners we are going to stay another ...
... about LA. Homeless people have so much luggage, they carry their life around in an abundance of suitcases and carts. No body in LA has tan lines. Everybody has an all over tan but not a glimpse of redness. Fitness. The whole of LA is fit. No doubt about it. Note to self. Must get fit like LA. One thing I won't forget is the smell. ...
Adventure is a funny thing. I have had one ski lesson and I'm ready for my next fix.
I had a great time on the slopes for the first time and can't wait for my next day off to go skiing again.
Our Salt Lake City Adventure began with a standard American breakfast at McDonald's which was cheap as chips. We continued to explore the city and decided to visit the Di Vinci exhibit ...
Today we drove from the Grand Teton National Park to Salt Lake City. The drive was 5 hours long (roughly). On our way out, we saw a small black bear hiding in the bushes by the road!
This morning Me and emily decided to buy a room service breakfast and split the cost between us as a treat for ...
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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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