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September 19, 2005
The Sweetwater at Park City Lift Lodge did not have internet access, however, we just took our lap top to the local library, an easy walk from the resort and were able to use their wireless service at no charge. There are many comfortable chairs throughout the library where you can work. If you do not have a laptop, you can use one of the many terminals at the library; secure a card with log in information at the front desk and log in. You get 30 minutes and that time is extended if no one is waiting.
The unit we used was a run down small two-bedroom. The two bathrooms were small and the bedrooms were very small, as well. The view was not good and the access to the balcony was difficult. The pool and barbecues were quite a distance from our unit. Storage for suitcases and other containers was not available in the unit where we stayed. We used one bedroom for suitcases and our cooler, etc. The closets were small so we did not hang up all of our clothes.
The central laundry facilities are coin operated and expensive. These happened to be across the hall from our unit but we did not use these facilities.
The unit was adequate for two people, but I there would not have been room for two to four other people to stay there for a week.
From journal Park City Getaway
August 24, 2003
From journal Genealogy Library at Salt Lake City
by William M. H.
July 10, 2002
From journal Bill & Marva's vacations
March 31, 2001
The resort''s restaurant serves a wonderfull dinner buffet featuring fresh seafood and local fruits. A group of indigenous niVanuatu people provide nightly entertainment performing traditional music with a lively, joyful sound.
The resort caters to Australian honeymooners and the pool was the center of the social scene throughout the day with organized water volleyball, limbo and other assorted activities.
The resort has a local charm to it, and the individual bungalows are designed much like traditional village huts. Still, the resort ould have easily been in Hawaii or any other tropical locale. If you want all-inclusive, LeLegon would be hard to beat.
From journal Vanuatu-Land of Fire and Magic