La Quinta Inn & Suites Orem University Parkway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... where we were from. I believe Richard and his wife both hailed from Provo. He had visited upstate New York (where I once lived for four years) and we compared the forests of that region to the Wasatch. Like others, both Utahn and tourist, they told me about the remarkable landscapes found in other Utah parks, especially in the southern part of the state.
They drove me up to Big Cottonwood Canyon Parkway and then a couple of miles to the small ski resort community of ...
... the Eiffel Tower and the Sistine Chapel! That makes everything worth it.
Planning... Severely underestimated. Every single day involved planning. You can't just show up in a new city and expect the experiences to come to you.... you need to go find it! Where is my next destination? How am I going to get there? What time does the train leave? Where am I going to live? What am I going to do there? What days and times ...
... this in about 20 years, much less had to drive in it. We got caught on a 60 mile no exit stretch on a downhill curvy pass and it goes down as one of the scariest moments of my life. The roads were covered in snow, you couldnt see the lines and it was coming down so hard and thick that it was near impossible to see out the windshield. Trucks, however, apparently had no fear and were blazing past us with their chains and whipping ...
... dark by now to take a picture but we could see – also due to the flashlights of some other people – the extend: it was so huge and lasted for about 15 minutes! It was great! We walked back to the hotel, a different route which took twice as long, making the walk almost a bit eerie – pitchdark, through forest, knowing that there are black bears and grizzly around and of course bisons. But we didn’t encounter any of ...