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First Morning And Breakfast At Silver Star Resort, Utah

FIRST MORNING...

Woke up to a sunny morning, getting all excited to explore the place as we couldn't see much in the dark the previous night before.  We set out from the hotel and walked around the vicinity, have to familiarize with the place so that we ladies could do our own exploration.  First question we asked at the lobby.... "Any outlets around here?"  And we were so happy when we were told that there are free buses to take us around not only around our area but outskirts as well.  Outlet stores are included in the free transportation, we just have to walk three minutes from our hotel!!  That was our good news for the day!  That.... we have to wait for the second day to go by ourselves.... LOL...
At the lobby... *did I post this earlier*
Waiting to go.... 
At the entrance... all set!
Walking to our car parking area...
That is the hotel behind me... 
Wanted to take breakfast here... but a bit pricey... 
 
  Very quiet too cos it was a weekday... or maybe still in bed....
Then we thought of going to another resort for our breakfast...
So so quiet....  
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 Ended up at Silver Star Resort...
At their breakfast cafe....
 Joining in the crowd....
  
We shared our light breakfast... 
 
And after breakfast, we walked around... 
Overlooking the golf course.... 
 Spectacular sight from above..
Grisly... 
And let's go up the mountain to ski.... 
LOL... 

Comments

  1. Your hotel looks awesome from the outside, too! And I love your orange jacket, you look so pretty in it. Now,onward to your shopping trip!

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  2. So sunny but is it cold since you are wearing a jacket.

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  3. Such bright blue sky, very beautiful!

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  4. Beautiful scenery and great looking hotel. Yummy breakfast.

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