Treasure Mountain Inn Hotel and Conference Center
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- Shuttle bus service
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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It was only an 88 mile drive from the Great Salt Lake to Park City, home of the 2002 Olympics and the annual Sundance Film Festival. We did have to drive up some steep stretches of interstate, but the RV kept chugging along.
Park City is a really cool town and we are staying in a hotel right along Main Street. There are a bunch of shops, …
... the ranger on an hour long walk around the north and south windows. She talk about the common vegetation of the area such as juniper, prickly pear and yucca. Then as we hike further behind the rocks she ...
... climbing on a picnic bench and falling backward into the stuff, at least a foot, I would say? Tony was also excited to see that we had landed near where the Donner Party incident occurred (which I had NO idea what that was all about, when he had added it to our original itinerary of "possible places" we could visit along the way...) There was a plaque all about it at this spot...So after a very boring drive across Nevada and Utah (so boring, they even post signs so ...
... at No Name Saloon, so we jumped in the shower to get cleaned up (since the last time we showered was Monday). While I was in the shower Caitlin had arrived and was chatting with Jim and Gabe in the office. I joined them after I finished drying my hair and we talked about our adventure, the blog and what to do while in Park City. Carol, Jim’s wife, came back from running some errands in preparation for Sullivan’s high school graduation party the next day. We decided ...
... grounds are well kept and we saw a dozen wedding parties on our loop around the building. The temple itself was closed but we did chat with a couple of nice ladies there to help the tourist around. They told us about the city center mall adjacent to the temple so we took a walk over to see that as well. Tiffanies, Hugo boss and other high end stores littered the mall no gift opportunities here so we said our goodbyes to down town and decided to go see the salt flats. This was a good ...