Yarrow Hotel and Conference Center
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- Reduced mobility rooms
- Heated pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Refrigerator in room
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... All I’ve ever known is Buffalo. Yes, I’ve traveled to a number of other states on vacations, but just for a week here and there. Part of me wishes I went out-of-state for college so I could have had that experience of being on my own away from home. That wasn’t my path though, and staying home allowed me to start a fulfilling business I am truly proud of, and has led me to meet so many wonderful people and animals. I feel very blessed for all that I have back at ...
... I was being interviewed, the follow up calls, and finally departing as their selectee. I am looking forward to having the summer of my life, and enjoying every minute of it.
As I arrived in Salt Lake, and first met the crew, I immediately got the feeling that this was NOT going to be a job. I was welcomed into a family and they were very supportive of my joining their crew.
Our first day of vacation was fairly relaxing. We didn't have to be at the airport until 10 so we didn't have to rush to wake up. Security at the airport wasn't too bad and we got to our gate in plenty of time. The flight left about 15 mins late and didn't make up the delay in the air so we arrived in Seattle late as well...but, no worries since we didn't have ...
We took a small detour to take a quick look at Park City - a small town and a big ski area (home to some of the 2002 Winter Olympics events). There was still some snow left from the huge half pipe and from the freestyle jumps. The town had a "touristy" main street (very "apres ski") but there were some really quaint little homes (but VERY EXPENSIVE) homes just off main ...
... of the mountains between the desert is cultivated to produce fruit orchards, irrigated by the run off from the mountains.
Utah was named after the Ute Indians.
We arrived at the Capital and toured - including Temple Square, the Tabernacle where we heard the great accoustics in the dome roofed church and heard the sound of the mighty organ. We visited the Beehive House with a skep on ...