Category Archives: Park City

By @ 01/25/16 in Gay travel, ManAboutWorld, Park City, Tom Goss, Travel

Travelin’ Tom takes us down the slopes of Park City, Utah. He packs in a whole lot of information in a short video including how tourism helped save Park City and that it’s a ski resort where you can still find deals. Tom shows us his technique siing and inner-tubing. Tom Goss is a ManAboutWorld global correspondent and a talented singer

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By @ 11/19/12 in Gay travel, ManAboutWorld, Park City, Travel, UT

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But what if you don’t like to ski, snowboard or slalom? Is Park City for someone who hopes the urge to exercise passes? Yes.

Even if you never venture outdoors, Park City offers a slate of attractions to pack a no carb burn itinerary. Spend time on Day 1 at the Park City Museum, a must visit for all visitors. Here splendidly detailed exhibits trace the city’s history to its origins as a tough mining town whose jail had the occupancy rate of a  swank Park City Hotel during Sundance.

Books on local history, as well on every other subject, fill the cozy, compact spaces ofDolly’s Bookshop, an independent store thriving since the 1970s. (For local color, try a thriller by Utah crime writer Michael Norman.) Color also splashes across canvases exhibited in Park City’s many galleries, its mountains and valleys a perennial attraction to painters and photographers. Rotating exhibits appear at the Kimball Arts Center, where you can also take one-day classes from resident painters, print makers and sculptors. The other arts thrive as well in several other city venues.



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