Yarrow Hotel and Conference Center
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room
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We arrived at the hotel in Park City, stretched our legs after the 5 hour journey, and unpacked what we could. Then we got right back in the car and headed for the rink. As we were checking in we overheard one of our teammates, Greg, questioning a woman who was running the tournament. His name was not on a list. It turns out that whoever was in …
... behaved themselves, so it was really easy – probably deceptively so. We all enjoyed the experience so much both for the joy of riding a horse as well as the pure, unadulterated beauty of the setting. Bruno especially was taken with the experience and asked if he can get riding lessons when we get home.
After our horseback ride we drove to Park City and had a quick sushi dinner at Whole Foods Café. From there we were able to ...
... and returns it. "There you go buddy". Oh-kay, I guess that means I can put in the clip now. I see the first bullet through the ejector and vaguely recall something about pressing down the button next to the slide to "cock" it. Keeping it far away from me I press the button. The slide clicks shut. I guess that means I'm ready?
I look at Sandy and see her take a few steps back... Thanks for the support!
Somehow I have to get a target out there. I place the gun ...
The RV park is quite nice. We are lucky to have unobstructed views of the beautiful surroundings.
We decided to go into Park City today so packed up the CRV and headed out. As we left the RV park, we looked up ahead and saw the Olympic Village ski jumps. What an awesome, unexpected sight! We walked all around quaint downtown Park ...
"We'll hit up Europe, yep, and spend some Euros!"
The Crew: Mario Costello, Tony Valdez and Louis Lim.
Backpacking Europe was inspired by many things: our yearning to explore the world as independent travelers, to learn about our history, background and other cultures, having friends like Carson who have shared their backpacking stories with us, and the fact that this time right now ...