Super 8 Motel Provo BYU Orem
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- Continental Breakfast
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Multilingual staff
- Heated pool
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Super 8 Motel Provo BYU Orem
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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, ...
... after my desperate plea. Good news, they drained the knee of a lot of fluid. Bad news, they had never seen Lyme before and didn't know how to treat it. They put Benji back on Doxycyclene for another month and we need to see an infectious disease doctor when we get home. The knee will continue to swell, however, so we need to scale back our hiking activity significantly. We are disappointed, but refuse to let it dampen our good times. We hope the antibiotics will keep ...
... seating and outbursts from passengers. We're happy to be on the last leg of the trip, but we have to stop to get groceries for the next few days. We found a really nice Smiths and commenced shopping. Mom and I disjointedly roamed the store looking for bug spray and flea collars. We forgot several items, but we didn't care by the time we got to the car. We were over it! We packed up ...
Total miles 9,274 Great night of sleep....heated blanket! What a beautiful area. Jeff showed me around town, we headed out to the dirtbiking area first. Mountains of trails that you can just pull your truck over, unload the bike and ride! Next he showed me a few hiking areas. There are a few waterfalls not that far away, you can ice climb during the winter! We went to a mountain pass next. ...
I started riding back towards Spruces. Now I caught sight of a nearby trail that started by the roadside. "The Mill D North Fork Trail" went from the roadside into the forest. After a few miles it branched off in two directions. I chained up my bike and started hiking. Hiking, instead of cycling, brought me a different kind of experience and I'm glad I did it. Whereas the bike touring I had done the last two days brought me into the forest, it didn't bring me right ...