Super 8 Motel Provo BYU Orem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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... trek/overnight in Homestay
Tuesday, 5 August: Sapa trek/overnight train to Hanoi
Wednesday, 6 August: Arrive Hanoi AM/fly to Singapore
Thursday, 7 August: Panu works in Singapore/day in Singapore
Friday, 8 August: Panu works in Singapore/day in Singapore
Saturday, 9 August: Panu returns to USA; Leah and Henri fly to Jakarta for 1.5 more weeks of fun.
. 75 miles up Provo Canyon, over Soldier Summit and down Price Canyon with a total of about 4,500 feet of climbing. Interesting that I now think of 75 miles as an easy day. I had a flat before I was even out of town. Pretty stiff headwinds going into the canyon - so much so that there's a group of wind generators at the opening but the winds turned to our favor after a while. I wasn't able to take photos of ...
... looking faces on the sidelines."
Coming out of halftime, it looked like WSU was set up to get things going when freshman Teondray Caldwell returned the second half kickoff to BYU’s 35-yard line.
But Leach’s offense failed make anything happen, allowing a sack and committing a holding penalty before Tuel threw his second interception of the game on third-and-long.
From there, Leach’s disheartened crew played without ...
... the stress of each day. Going home early wasn't an option for me, I had to make the most of it because you never know when you will have the chance to be in Europe again! Looking back now, there are still ways I could have made the trip even better but I'm very satisfied with my experiences. I have backpacked Europe! I have experiences and stories to share! I ran with the bulls and I saw the largest ice cave in the world! ...
... They traveled through NY to PA then came OH, IN, IL, MO…still no wieners. Onto OK, and when we weren’t in Kansas anymore, still no wieners. TX, NM, AZ, NV, and then finally in Utah we roasted the wieners. And boy they were delicious. Apparent wieners are like wine where they taste better with time. We tried to get a restful night sleep, but with the O’Leary Luck our campsite was next to an airport and heard jets flying back and forth the whole night ...