City Center Motel Provo
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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<ul><li> The drive here didn't feel so long for some reason I mean I had just drove 6 and a half hours straight but it didn't feel so bad.</li><li>When i stopped at the gas station I paid $45.10 for gas.</li><li>For some reason I had a craving for junk food i bought 2 bags of gummy worms, 3 packs of sour skittles and 2 cookies and creme Hersheys chocolate bars. Which added up to ...
... 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 ...
... the pics. If you ever need family pictures I can set you up with a good photographer and you can probably get the same rate we did.
Back to Grandmas house for a nap. Not a chance. It was time to set-up for the party of all parties. Rockstar tents and a superdooper obstacle jumper had to be set-up. Precisely placed chairs and tables. Follow the instructions or Uncle Gary will have you redo it. With country music on ...
... 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 ...
... fairly early in life in a mining accident. For the rest of his life, the only vision he had was the ability to see some sunlight. However, he remained a miner in the canyon for many years (supported also by friends and family). The mineshaft he once worked out of is right there off the side of the road. Although technically private property, I crossed a small creek just to see it from the outside. Looking at the old wooden door to the shaft, I couldn't help but imagine the old ...