Yarrow Hotel and Conference Center
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TripAdvisor Reviews Yarrow Hotel and Conference Center Park City
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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 …
... Utah licence plate. It is a short hike up a rocky hill. There is a longer trail that leads you under the actual arch but we decide to take the short trail to the view point.
We drive to ...
... thing I realized, in my t-shirt and shorts was how cold it was. I quickly had to put on my sweater as I waited at the bus stop. It was already much colder than New York City and as the afternoon sun set, it only started getting colder.
As the bus made its way, I saw a large metropolitan area surrounded by enormous montains and a mostly desert landscape. This is much of the Salt Lake valley, where the original white pioneers settled over 150 years ago. ...
... don't get to see at home.
Finally, we made it to Park City, found a hotel that's obviously a ski lodge in the winter, and settled in some before finding a local pizza place to get dinner. The food was really good, and while we were at dinner, mom got in contact with an old friend who lives in the area. Her name is Lucy, and it's been years since they've seen each other, so mom was really excited to ...
... nice warm car.
We did see some other sights and did a short walk along the canyon following the river.
driving back to exit the park we spotted some Mule Deer grazing. Stopped and walked back to get some pictures. There was about 10 of them. So cool to see them in the wild.
Driving though the park on our way to Bryce early in the morning, we came across a herd of Big Horn Sheep walking along the road. It must have been a lucky sighting as the car ...