Fairfield Inn Provo
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The ride today was in bright sun and strong winds unfortunatley in the wrong direction. 69.5 miles took 6 and a half hours. Lots of construction detours and a nice ride through Brigham Young campus. My legs felt great with a days rest and the bike fine tuning seems to be just what was needed. We lost 6 riders yeaterday as they were only signed up …
... in Ogden and had a walk down the main road as there was a Harvest Festival in progress. We bought smoothies to cool us down. We walked around some huge train engines down a the Ogden railway. They aren't in use anymore. We couldn't get over the size of them. The plan then was to drive to Heber City and get there before dark. Ha. We got lost twice and the adults all ended up in a frustrated mood. Rolled up to the first ...
Today (Wednesday) was an errand, travel, doctor day. We began with a great breakfast at a local place in Jackson - Cafe Genevieve. How luxurious to have things like eggs and waffles. Mattias complained that his juice was too lumpy and we realized at the end of breakfast that he had finally lost (and swallowed) a tooth. We assured him that the Tooth Fairy travels and would find him in Utah. We took Benji to a local Orthopedist who was kind enough to double book an appointment ...
... turkeys running around, snow falling and a stream running by the road. Relaxing. We hit up REI, bought some Seam Grip for Jeff's tent and then went to another outdoor store. They have a nice REI here but....the other store was awesome, great saltwater aquarium in the entry way, two stories and a large selection of gear for every sport. Jeff showed me a few houses....mansions.....they ...
... paid off and we did finally find it.
Sam and Spencer welcomed us to their home that was a short distance from downtown Provo. We chatted about traveling for about an hour until we were ready to catch some much-needed sleep. The only question was who would get the futon and who would sleep on the couch. Of the two choices, the futon was the more sought-after sleeping surface. Naturally the only way to decide that was a best-of-three series of ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility