Trail's End Lodge
Travel Blogs from Park City
... snow and was still snowing this morning. Visibility was non existent so no way we were skiing. We had a big sleep-in (much needed) and then went up to Main Street for brekky then did a tour on the Main Street trolley. Walked the entire street looking at all the shops & trying not to freeze our butts off. Dinner at 501 Main where I had the best steak ever. Looking forward to tomorrow. Big ski on our last day before we head off to ...
... the start of the trip.
Tuesday night, Larry and Kathy made their special chili and Karen made bread and a cherry crisp for dessert. While food was prepared we all had rounds of Margaritas.
Larry’s chili was delicious with Karen’s garlic flatbread, and her cherry crisp is out of this world. We laughed and told stories, and even argued a little politics in a jovial sort of way. ...
... Ralph Lauren and JC Crew and picked up some tops and shorts for summer at about 60% off the regular store price...not a bad deal. We will go back later in the week as they also have an A&F outlet.
In the evening, I had signed up for a timeshare presentation to earn 2 free tickets to the mountain worth about $210. Well I definitely earned it because it was only meant to be 1 hour but it took 2 hrs and 15 ...
We awoke in Sparks, NV and knew we had a long day of riding ahead of us. With that being the case, we left around 8am and ate breakfast along the way. Nevada has one major interstate that crosses the state from west to east. This road across NV has to be the longest, most boring stretch of road we have traveled. Given the opportunity to live in any state in the US, Nevada would rank 50th on my list.
Along the way, Tommy spotted a single building on the side ...
... respectively and they were doing some invasive species work. Megan and I ended up at the Mormon Temple listening to a free organ recital the next day at noon. I walked a lot around Temple Square (all within a 20 min walk of the hostel) and missionaries were anxious to tour people around and answer questions. I also ate at two diff restaurants connected to Temple Square, very good food and prices and beautiful gardens. I saw ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility