Park City Host & Photo Dump

A couple weekends ago we were able to stay at the most darling town home in Park City, The Modern Ski Home. I honestly always forget about how much I love it up there. It's only about an hour drive and once you get there you feel like you in another state all together. It's tucked up high in the mountains and the little ski town is very quaint but with plenty to see and do, although we loved just getting up and lounging around the house. 

We were so graciously hosted by Luke of Park City Host (find our exact rental HERE). He was so kind to meet us there and show us around, letting us know if we needed anything at all, he was only a phone call away. 

The first night there we headed straight for our favorite place, Main Street Pizza & Noodles. We sat outside so that we could people watch and enjoy the fresh air. If you head there, skip on the appetizer garlic bread and go straight for the pizza or noodles. We usually do a create your own and all share a large. After dinner we strolled for a minute and found ourselves at the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, of course. Everyone there came for the ice cream, but we came for the coconut haystacks and chocolate covered gummy bears. HEAVEN! There are a ton of art shops that are fun to look through and there is a free trolley that will take you up and down the historic street. Once the sun set we headed back to the town home which was only about a five minute drive and headed up to the rooftop private hot tub to relax before bedtime.

LOLing so hard at this photo of Finn following the lady in the reflection with this facial expression!

The following day we met up with some friends to hit up the Alpine Slide, get some lunch and eventually dinner. We all headed back to the town home for some hot tubbing and games. The Park City Host home we stayed in was stocked with great games like Cards Against Humanity and Settlers of Catan. It was a night full of laughs for everyone!

Thank you so much to Park City Host for the wonderful and having us!

No comments :