The Sky Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
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Travel Blogs from Park City
We got back to a larger city with our stay in Salt Lake City, but we did not escape the heat. The morning in Moab was cool-ish (mid-70s, which felt like a gift) and we got off without a hitch. The views on the drive to SLC were again crazy strange, with the landscape changing rapidly and apparently without warning. Sometimes the rocks and desert scape looked like the surface of the moon (or what I imagine the moon looks like), and then it would change to ...
... for a short time on our way to Park City for the evening. They had a dance floor and colorful plastic chaise lounge chairs set up in the snow. It was a picturesque venue. Derek wanted to do some shopping before our 6:15 dinner reservation at the Riverhorse so we caught the 4:00 shuttle to Park City. He found a couple of hats. I don't have any room in my suitcase so I was happy just to look around in the shops with him. Dinner was wonderful. It is ...
It was so much cooler today and we were off on the road again at 7.30am. One of the guests at the hotel and the cabbie from last night had mentioned what the fantastic views etc at Cedar Break and Brian Head, situated about half an hour out of town. So off we went.
We climbed 10,450 feet, having to stop off on the way to put on more gear as it got colder.
The landscape kept changing from the barren desolation as we rounded these ...
... wait and see.
... for buried treasure. But I guess they can also translate if you look through them. [I have never found stones or crystals that I can see through, let alone that enable me to read other languages, so clearly, these were pretty top-of-the-line.]
Looking through these seer stones (which he gave fun pet names to), he read the writing. He learned that some of the first inhabitants of the Americas were--wait for it--Israelites who crossed the Atlantic ...