Washington School House Hotel
Travel Blogs from Park City
... it not as much fun as the street luge that we rode on at Alberta's Olympic park.
Lyndsey heads over to the adventure course. This is a combination of rock climbing, rope and net crossings, cliff walking and ends in a zip line. First she is put into a harness and helmet and then shown ...
... Great Salt Lake. It is about a 17 mile drive. It is really just a big body of water. Where we went the wasn't much else to see. From the car, we did watch some hang gliders in a dry area next to to the water. They had motors with fans attached and just started running along to get in the air. No jumping from cliffs here. We drove straight back to the KOA, had a few snacks, watched a movie, and called it a night. I think we are really in a routine now of a movie before ...
... 15 miles to Heber was exhausting, I don't know if I ever felt so tired in my life. But when I finally settled in Mac's Motel that night, I felt so at peace and content. The history and LDS culture of Utah can seem very alien but no one can doubt the determination of the pioneers and the uniqueness of what they have built out there. So that's Utah for me- I don't know how to sum it up exactly but I guess all its challenges or mysteries is what made it so ...
... beautiful and it left a lasting impression in my brain. I was anxious to see it once again. But 46 years have change this city more than I can begin to explain. And that tree-lined street no longer allows a view of the capital. And that gold dome??? Black. It is now black. Not sure what happened. Perhaps it was really a brand new copper dome that has since tarnished. I don’t know. All I can say is that it is time to erase from my mind that golden memory and put Salt Lake City to ...
... a birthday plan that goes tragically, but hilariously, wrong.
Back on the shuttle to The MARC Theatre, capacity 550 for the truly AMAZING "The Surrogate". HUGE buzz around this one and it got picked up by Fox/Searchlight recently. Based on the autobiographical writings of Berkeley based journalist and poet Mark O'Brien (played by John Hawkes). He was stricken with polio at age 6 and was in an iron lung until his death in his 40's. He realizes ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility