Executive Inn & Suites

250 S University Ave., Provo, Wasatch Range, Utah, 84601, United States | Motel
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Travel Blogs from Provo

Day 32: Pocatello, ID to Provo, UT

A travel blog entry by drat9191 on Oct 29, 2013

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... I was ready to go within a couple of hours. However, one of the maintenance items was a system software update which had the side effect of resetting all my trip odometers…good thing I’ve been taking those end of day odometer reading photos. Looks like today is “software update reset” day. I had not made any particular plans for the Salt Lake City area for today given ...

And we're off again

A travel blog entry by leahaston on Apr 01, 2013


Africa for 6 weeks. It is going to be incredible, and it is finally around the corner. For Asia we invested in incredible travel bags. This time around we have invested in a mosquito net, malaria pills, yellow fever vaccinations, and thick north face pants to limit the amount of skin we have exposed. OK, OK, to limit the amount of skin that I have exposed. We all know that if anyone is going to get malaria it is going to be me . . . We have also both been PADI certified so that we ...

The Road to Zion

A travel blog entry by highway2gameday on Aug 28, 2012

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... Illinois towards the Promised Land, which turned out to be the Great Salt Lake around modern-day Salt Lake City. The trip, led by Brigham Young, the successor to the the so-called prophet Joseph Smith, was over some 1,300 miles. While we didn't walk the route, we were driving an interstate road that was relatively parrallel to the original Road to Zion.
In Gothenburg, we learned some of the history of the Road to Zion, including the fact that only ...

Mormon county...

A travel blog entry by lynnkonieczko on May 19, 2012

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... off directions from Google before we left home. Unfortunately we didn't realise that the iPad relies on internet for location services so the navigation didn't work on the road, not very helpful! I had to rely on a very large scale map to get us through which was ok when you are on a highway but not so good when you have to negotiate smaller roads and junctions. Mark downloaded the same navigation onto his iPhone so we had some backup if necessary. We changed our routing from ...

Travel Agencies; Highly Reputable!

A travel blog entry by blakeperez on Feb 15, 2012

... Peru Treks recognizes the fact that if tourism is not correctly managed it can have a very negative effect on the local people and culture, the environment and the local and national economy. This is particularly true for a country such as Peru whose economy depends so much on tourism. It is obviously important to us that you have a great time when you visit Peru, but this must not be at the expense of our national ...