BEST WESTERN PLUS Provo River Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... Fork River. In less than 1/4 of a mile take the main road left (south) onto 3200 West. Go about 1 mile and turn right on 5200 South. Go about 1.5 miles to a T and turn left. Go about 0.5 miles to another T and turn right (on 5400 S). In about 0.5 miles you'll come to 4800 West -- turn left and go to 6300 South and turn right. Go about 2 miles to where the road takes a right turn (in a grove of large ...
This morning we set out for a scenic drive, on the way we passed by Brigham Young University, BYU marching band was practicing. Then onto Provo Canyon Scenic Byway, where after a short hike viewed Bridal Veil Falls, breathtaking 607 ft double-cataract falls. Next made our way to Robert Redford's Sundance Resort, famous ski area, ...
... day 3
Tuesday, May 21st - omo tour day 4
Wednesday, May 22nd - omo tour day 5
Thursday, May 23rd - omo tour day 6 ending in Arba Minch
Friday, May 24th - bus or flight back to Addis
Saturday, May 25th - fly to Kigali, arrive early afternoon. Genocide Memorial and dinner at the Milles Collines Hotel.
Sunday, May 26th - Kigali LDS branch meets at 10am. Afternoon tour of genocide sites.
Monday, May 27th - bus to Kisoro in Uganda
... side-street in Italy and you will see multiple pasta restaurants all labeled as "pizzeria ristorante," which one to choose? All souvenir shops are identical. The proximity of these businesses are so close. And they all sell the same thing! No variability. Really bad service at restaurants. Instead of keeping a customer in their store, an owner will send them elsewhere to spend their money. I saw a lot of odd things on the ...
... were going. He had a bit of a "flat aspect" to his demeanor and I wondered if he might be autistic or something, but he was perfectly polite and after chatting for about 10 minutes he wished us well on our travels and we parted.
We walked on a bit further, but it was getting on towards dusk so we decided to head back up the trail to the parking lot. Along the way we ran into a lady walking her pit bull - Helo was not on a leash at that moment and had decided he was ...