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So, I'm hading to Peru for three months starting this Saturday. Hope you will follow my blog while I am in Peru so you can see all the crazy awesome adventures I will find myself in. If anybody has any advice on what to see and do while I am in Peru please feel free to comment. All that's left to do now is some last minute …
- Drove only 75.5 miles to end the road trip
- Cost: $14.07
- Got home around 10pm
- get to sleep in my own room tonight...finally:) so happy to be home
Total Gas: $909.60
Parking and Camping Total: $43
Food Cost: $161.79 & Ice Cost: $56.25 --Total: $218.04
Total Lodging: $170
The Flat Tire Overall Cost: $175
Overall trip Cost: $1,515.64 ...
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Two important cities- Salt Lake City and San Juan
State Motto- Industry
State Flower-Sego Lily
State Bird- California Gull
National Parks- ...
... mountain ranges with millions of 50ft pine trees with a light covering of snow on the ground. The road wraps it self around the cliff edge and at one point on a ridge with Tahoe on both sides. It's pretty cool considering we were over 7,000 ft high. Nicko kindly stopped along the way to point out photo spots and interesting touristy things. We stopped off at Emerald Bay that over looked Lake Tahoe and went to another spot for sunset. Nicko and his mates are living in one of the ...
... State Capitol is therefore not historically accurate, although it does (unintentionally) represent some of the unappealing less-than-authentic aspects of the state (plastic surgery enthusiasts, inauthentic glitterati, Tom Cruise, etc.)
In addition to the statue of Columbus, we visited the Senate Chamber, the book store, a multitude of historically recreated rooms, and saw the outside of the Governor's office. We then made for Old ...