Hampton Inn Provo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Saturday, April 27th - Depart SLC - Chicago - Frankfurt
Sunday, April 28th - Travel day
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... hot and unforgiving. I had just enough water before starting to get very dehydrated. To be out there in the elements was kind of scary but such a fresh and new experience that I did enjoy it. To see Heber in the distance as I did that afternoon with all its modern conveniences made me appreciate all those conveniences in a way I hadn't in awhile- the easy availability of snacks and water, the ability to ask people for directions, knowing what the topography is like - that ...
... Illinois towards the Promised Land, which turned out to be the Great Salt Lake around modern-day Salt Lake City. The trip, led by Brigham Young, the successor to the the so-called prophet Joseph Smith, was over some 1,300 miles. While we didn't walk the route, we were driving an interstate road that was relatively parrallel to the original Road to Zion.
In Gothenburg, we learned some of the history of the Road to Zion, including the fact that only ...