Park Plaza Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPark Plaza Resort Park City
These rooms normally go for more than $300/night during peak ski season so getting it for 1/3 of that who can complain?
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TripAdvisor Reviews Park Plaza Resort Park City
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Hit the Armstrong trail for a slow grind up to the top of Park City ski resort. It starts out nice and mellow but by the 2nd or 3rd mile you're legs and lungs are asking "why me"? You gain a couple thousand feet in less than 5 miles so by the time you hit the top, yes you're ready for the downhill. Grab the mid-mountain trail over to John's and …
... I have never seen so many eating places on one street. I see the "Family Tree Center" and think of Earl Ross who enjoys the genealogy stuff. I also spy a "A" hat in the front window of a car and know Jerry would approve. There is a store of photos by a local photographer and have included a few for your viewing.
After a long day we went back to Bea's and enjoyed a great meal and conversation. . .
... database that is available free of charge to find out about your ancestors.
From there, we had dinner at The Pantry in the Lion House. It was a great meal. We had herb crusted chicken, rice, salad and dessert. Afterwards, two young Sisters who are doing their missionary work at Temple Square walked us around the property to orient us to the different buildings and to answer any questions. They dropped us off at ...
... 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 ...
... the road for 9 hours!) It’s all about perspective and being mentally prepared for what’s ahead!
We’ve been playing our own version of Taboo along the way. We use the Taboo cards and take turns giving clues. (Everyone, that is except Troy.) He doesn’t give clues, but he does give answers. The kids are still being entertained by reading, drumming, DVDs, iPods, and iPhones. They also helped me do some ...