La Quinta Inn Provo Town Center
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It's Sunday and today was Chrystal's first day at class after having been up all night trying to finish a project. It really was like being in College! I spent my morning at the hotel at the pool.... ahhhh.... It's nothing particularily spectacular but it definitely serves the purpose of relaxation. The school provided Chrystal lunch on the first …
... to North Ogden to visit the George S Eccles Dinosaur Park. There is a museum of sorts but the main attraction is the 54 life size dinosaurs dotted around the park. Ryan was in his element taking photos here, there and everywhere. It was hot! Everyone over the age of 10 years found the park interesting for the first 5 or saw dinosaurs but were soon over it. Not to spoil Ryan's fun, we stayed until he had had his ...
... longer route that would have enabled us to stop at the Golden Spike National Historic site commemorating the completion of the transcontinental railroad. Given our late start we needed to drive straight through. We ended up at a very nice KOA in Fillmore, UT, a few hours from Bryce. The photos show a few of the sights along the way. As this is a short blog entry we thought we'd include some random notes for our journey. Things forgotten/should have brought: - A good ...
... they did - and then I followed Jeff out and got to talk to Kenny. Hung out for a bit and then went to a BBQ place in town, we talked about family, work (or in my case, the lack of it!), places to live and his town - the stuff to do here - was really good food, good company and a great time catching up - thanks Kenny, appreciated the dinner! Now I am back at Jeff's house, showered, full, and relaxed after an awesome afternoon catching up with ...
... to this amazing opportunity to learn more about the history and culture of Italy - sans the distractions (*cough*the obsessive push to date and marry*cough*) that often accompany life at Brigham Young University.
A little overview: I am a travel-crazed Sophomore who, in two days, will leave for a Study Abroad program organized by BYU, and I'll be gone all of Fall Semester (3 months!). I start off in Rome for 2 weeks, and then I go to study at ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service