La Quinta Inn Provo Town Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... A sweet surprise, one of the most genuinely kind and funny guys would be joining us on our first stop to Utah. Although it took us a while to actually get out of LA, things were running smoothly; music was playing, smiles were living on our faces and for me, this trip finally seemed real. It finally hit me that the road-trip we'd always talked about was finally here. Throughout the next few weeks, we'll be hitting Utah, Idaho, ...
... getting worse until we get home. While Dulcey and Mattias were with Ben, Zach and Gary got the name of a mechanic from Jim Loose, the very nice proprietor of the motel we stayed in. Roy from Roy's Auto Repair did a quick check of the circuits and found it was another fuse issue, not the battery. We then got everyone together to do some grocery shopping and went to fill the prescription next. We should have done that first as it took an hour to fill and our errands were done. ...
... but I still prefer the nice, small family homes....they look much nicer in the surroundings and don't scream "I need attention" and "My ego needs feeding" like those mansions do- I'd get a small house and use that extra money to help others, but, just personal opinion. What ever you enjoy and makes you feel relaxed is cool. Met his girlfriend, got the tourof her house - really nice house, she ...
... believe was Gus, and they started driving up the mountainside. The man's name was Richard, and him, his wife and Gus turned out to be very good company. The ride uphill was in fact several miles through increasingly steep terrain, probably the highest mountains I have ever seen. There was seemingly unending forest with tall fir trees. Richard and his wife informed me that up until recently, this road was not even paved. It was nice to meet some locals, and we discussed and compared ...
... 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 ...