Washington School House Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Heated pool
- Concierge desk
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... most reliable food critic out there: the collective opinion of all internets. For SLC, there was one restaurant that kept popping up in local best-of searches: the Red Iguana. "Killer Mexican Food" with signature mole dishes at its foundation, I'm interested. I never knew that mole extended beyond the chocolatey, cinnamonny sauce until I perused the menu. I stopped at the Mole Verde. Fresh chile poblano, jalapeno, blended with ...
For our final day in Utah I decided to take the kids to the sight of the 2002 Winter Olympics in Park City, about 20 miles from here. The first thing we saw on arrival was the training pool for aerials. There are 4 ramps, each with a different height, that the skiers go down to practice their tricks. As they enter the water a large surge of bubbles from the bottom of the pool softens the landing and prevents the skier from going deep ...
... tubes and just floating along. At the end of town
there was a complex of pools with three high dives (10’, 20’ and 30’), water tube
slides and and indoor pool with rock climbing. The kids were in
heaven. There was more ink at this place than used to print the NYT each
day even though their circulation is down to 125,000. The guy with
tattoos all over his face took the award however. After three hours ...
... the city was very empty and quite for an American city as we've seen it so far. Most shops closed, streets quite - we assume the Mormons enjoy Sundays with their families rather than going out shopping. The city is clean and neat and even has a tram system. On the other hand we noted many more beggers as in any other city we visited...(except for ...
... the Nike World Headquarters. When we got there, we were stunned. The campus is huge, beautiful, and symmetrical. We walked through a few buildings, all of them named for a Nike athlete. When we got to the Nolan Ryan building, we met our guides, Gretchen and John. John was head of running specialty sales and Gretchen was the manager of Pacers. They were both great.
The tour of the grounds was amazing. The HQ has 7 places to eat, two workout facilities, two ...