Shadow Ridge Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... price), Nikes for Tom and a soccer ball to keep Hamish happy. Time had got away as we had lost an hour some where when we moved to mountain time. The sun didn't set until about 8pm.
We did a lap of the Park City historic area. Beautiful upmarket boutiques and restaurants, it was amazingly busy. We found a Del Taco for dinner close to our condo and for $20 bucks we had a great feed on fresh tacos, ...
Today we stayed in Salt Lake City and went to a local water park with some friends. The Johnson's use to live in Grantham near us and they have two kids who are the same age as Jake and Taylor. All the kids took off once we got there. Their only rule was that they all had to stay together, which they did. The grown ups all stayed together. We went on many slides, the lazy river and wave pool. ...
It would have been a perfect day to ski, fresh powder and blue skies but we made up our minds ages ago that we would avoid the weekend crowds and do other things. Although, I was told that since 70% of SLC population is Mormon, Sunday's are pretty quiet. So today, I started the day making spicy black bean soup, something like what I had at the Mangy Moose the other night. It was delicious although I feel a bit like a cheat ...
What a blast! Today we visited Utah Olympic Park at the Olympic Training Center. Such an amazing feeling to be surrounded by potential 2014 Winter Olympic athletes. The photos attached are not the best ... our camera decided to have a hissy fit about 2 hours into our day so please bear with us.
We started the day watching the athletes practice their jumps. The photos show one ...
... with lemon rice and salad. While I’m waiting for my number to be called, I read a framed and matted article hanging on the wall; it came from the NY Times, 2009. The article touted the delights of the Pastrami Burger, a piled-high meat-on-meat delight that originated here. Well, partly. There is more to the story.
1978. The first Crown Burgers opened in Salt Lake City. Nick Katsanevas and John ...