Washington School House Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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... We found our two bedroom, two bathroom, full kitchen condo that I had booked for $130 a night and wondered what the price was in peak ski time. Today I realised Gracie and Tom really are teenagers as they were more interested in hitting the outlet shops nearby then exploring down town Park City. A couple of hours later, new sunnies for everyone, some Christmas clothes for Grace and two pairs of vans (buy one get ...
... and spectacular, it is beyond words were coming into view. We continued hiking until the sky beside us - keep in mind, the peak is called clouds rest, almost at 10,000ft, we are IN the sky - started turning dark grey, edging closer, filled with thunder and lightening. The shorts and t-shirts were quickly covered with warm layers and wet weather gear as we bunkered down under the useless shelter of thin pine trees. We hoped to wait out the storm and make it up to the peak as ...
... well. They showed me around the
shop and what goes on usually. Its been a bit quiet until 'peak' times
so they will be training me to be a ski technician and cashier in the
mean time. I have learnt alot and its only been 2 days!
Ill keep you posted with my new adventures!
Love LOL XX
... Salt Flats - the place where all the land speed records are tested.The space is ideal due to the flatness, dryness and hard surface. While Geula and the boys napped, Michael peeked around at the exhibits and the Salt Flats overlook. He was going to take a picture of the site plaque, but as he was walking over with his camera, a semi pulled up directly in front ...
... When we were leaving, a dare-devil chipmonk raced across the roadway in front of our coach and luckily he made it to the other side.
After we left the Lookout, we could see some of the deep ruts of the stagecoach trails from the late 1860s to the early 1900s. Some ruts are very deep – perhaps up to the knees. The landscape here was rolling hills rising to mountains and the hills had quite a bit of sage bush on them.