BEST WESTERN PLUS Provo River Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... what 27% would be like. The lake is very shallow so the evaporation process (the only exit available for the lake's water) is what leaves behind the salty mineral deposits. Yesterday we spent the day in Salt Lake City -- founded by Mormons in 1847, Salt Lake City is the cultural, ecclesiastical, and political capital of Utah. Temple Square, a 35-acre, three-block area, contains the most ...
... br> Wednesday, 30 July: full day tour of Cu Chi tunnels, Museums and Markets
Thursday, 31 July: full day tour of Mekong Delta
Friday, 1 August: Fly Ho Chi Minh to Hanoi/Transfer to V'Spirit 3 day/2 night cruise in Ha Long Bay
Saturday, 2 August: full day on Ha Long Bay
Sunday, 3 August: AM on cruise/transfer to Hanoi. Overnight train to Sapa
Monday, 4 ...
... bring home a baby elephant... Everyone's excited for this big trip, with the kids also being a bit nervous about the unknown. We are as ready as we can be, and this includes sporting our favorite Michael Jackson-style facial respirators. Have you seen the smog in Beijing? Singapore? Now that is something I worry about having been there recently... Wish us luck! Now, on to Minneapolis, and then Tokyo, and then Beijing finally by 10pm Tuesday night. Thanks, Delta... The Langie ...
... Arches National Park in Moab. While there I saw all of the amazing rock formations. Awesome sights and remarkable demonstration of the powerful forces in the history of the planet.
After leaving Moab I took the most direct back road route to Provo. Again the landscape was somewhat unremarkable until west of Price Utah. Somewhere around Price the mountains became more prominant, verdant and nearer to the roadway. All very beautiful all the way to Provo. ...
... parts. Not quite desert, but certainly few trees. No towns, no gas stations, just open road for miles and miles. The riding wasn't really difficult, for although there were plenty of steep slopes to climb up, I was rewarded with an easy downhill ride, where my strength would be reinvigorated. This was actually where I got my first taste ever of really, really fast downhill riding. And it was fun. On one slope I was going so fast it was hard to keep in the shoulder and hold ...