Sleep Inn Provo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... cached” map. From there, I headed for Temple Square to get a taste for the “center” of the locally-dominant LDS Church culture and landmarks. There’s some beautiful architecture and interesting culture and history to be found here, and I’m sure the helpful and friendly young church missionaries stationed and wandering around throughout the open-to-the-public ...
... at pyramids, sphinx
Tuesday, April 30th - Full day at national Egyptian museum and Coptic/old Cairo. Overnight train to Aswan
Wednesday, May 1st - Arrive in Aswan 8am, markets, Philae Temple in the afternoon, sunset felucca ride.
Thursday, May 2nd - 4am Abu Simbel tour; afternoon train to Luxor.
Friday, May 3rd - Luxor Temple/Karnak. Evening light and sound show.
Saturday, May 4th - Valley of the Kings/Valley of the Queens. Flight to Sharm leaving at 9:30 pm ...
... tiny settlement of Dix, Nebraska, where Steven proceeded to almost get bit by a stray dog. He just wanted to pet the K-9, but the dog wanted nothing of it. Steven then walked away, dejected by the refusal of friendship from the homeless dog. We were quite impressed by the friendliness of the gas station clerk, as well as her accent, though it is hard to identify exactly what kind of accent it is.
By the time we reached Wyoming, we were both ...
... as we were trying to work out which byroad to take. Human intervention kicked in until it found our location again and then it sent us on a complete roundabout route and got it's knickers in a twist when we got onto a brand new road. At this point I switched it off and we managed to find the site on our own. Turned out it was straight down the first road we came off, bloody Satnav, I'll trust my own instinct in future. I've managed to get us about 700 miles so far without too ...
... in the family. Before Carsten was put under I told him that I would stay with him during the operation... so I did... but wow... after watching the procedure I can honestly say that I could not be an orthopedic surgeon. During the whole ordeal Carsten was amazing... keeping his head and wits... no crying, screaming or freaking out took place... he is a tough kid! Since the break we have been back home in Chile for a few ...