Waldorf Astoria Park City
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... continue to the very edge of the cliff. There are no barriers or fences....simply a huge cliff and some terrific views!!
We continue through the park on a driving tour of various ...
... That brings us to today. We have been traveling a lot to today as we needed to get down to Salt Lake City. We did stop off at the Grand Tetons and got some photos. Once we were in Salt Lake we had a quick break before we were off to have dinner at the Mormon Temple Square, and see the Mormon Tabernacle Choir rehearse. AMAZING, and also very interesting to learn about their religion. So we are having a great time, but also are ready for home. ...
... the backroads all the way. Most direct and quickest but the trickiest. Jackson to Evanston and then a short trip on I-80 to Park City.
Well, I decided to drive the third option which is about 90 minutes shorter than the other two. Fast is good, right? After leaving Jackson and once we descended to a slightly lower elevation, the snow got a bit lighter and the roads were well cleared, so I was very happy with my choice or should I say relieved! The drive ...
... own beer and are in a co-op with another brewery on Main Street, Wasatch. We didn’t sample the beer with breakfast, but were sure tempted to. After brunch, we drove back to uncle Jim’s and grabbed our car. Then Caitlin, Gabe and I headed towards downtown, but made a pit stop at the Canyons store to see if we could find some new sunglasses. That’s right, Gabe’s most recent sunglasses purchase in Austin has not held up, so we were on the lookout for the next best ...
... that took 40 years to build (1843-1893), which, though it is sacred to church followers and not open for tours, still serves as a magnetic force drawing the eye to look at it, photograph it, sit beside it. There is the Tabernacle, where visitors are welcomed in; hear the famous Choir; see the famous organ with eleven thousand pipes. The Assembly Hall is the third significant building on the Square; pretty in ...