Treasure Mountain Inn Hotel and Conference Center
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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Jordanelle St Park is a great location. It is next to the Middle Provo, 15 miles from lower Provo and 15 miles from Upper Provo. Great breeze off the lake most of the day.
Salt Lake City by way of Lava City, ID – NY
The ride to Salt Lake was amazing. The vistas are just
incredible. At every turn there’s rolling hills which melt into lava like
mountains with swirls and designs for everyone’s imagination. Everyone is
able to “see” different shapes in these 1,000 foot hills. The canyons and
the rivers with little farm houses dotting ...
... Traffic was heavy, the easy drive of the midwest suddenly came to an end! We checked into our hotel around 4 and shortly after left again to 'inspect' the city. We started with Temple Square, the nucleus of the Mormon's empire. The visitor center is welcome, open doors and lots of information about the church. Many missionaries from many places as we ...
... American Girl dolls. OMG. After a little while, Wendy, Brooks, and Gunnar got home from an out-loud reading of Magic Tree House. Brooks and Gunnar were twins, but thankfully looked different, so we were all able to keep them straight without trouble.
We of course had no inkling of the time, bedtime having no meaning anymore, but it was quite late for a preschooler and two second graders, so we were all shortly put to bed in our sleeping bags in the playroom.
... and sten gun.
We saw various bronze monuments/statues. One depicting the family pioneers trecking with a handcart as they couldn't afford ox/mule/horse drawn wagons. Another depicting the seagull which followed the early farmers tilling the land - so what has changed? We get flocks of seagulls following the tractor & plough in the UK - makes you wonder why they are web footed ...