Executive Inn & Suites

Address: 250 S University Ave., Provo, Wasatch Range, Utah, 84601, United States | Motel
 
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    Back to Provo to return the Dingy...

    A travel blog entry by ccostello89 on Jul 18, 2014

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    The ride from Bullfrog Marina back to Provo was about four hours. Time flies however when you are driving through landscape that is really out of this world. The mountains and the shapes of the rugged terrain is just incredible. We got back to Provo, grabbed the RV and before we began our journey west toward Grand Junction, CO and ultimately Glenwood Springs, Co. we treated ...

    Utah

    A travel blog entry by pandd on Aug 07, 2013

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    I think i've deleted yesterday's post.... Long drive today, it said allow five hours from jackson to salt lake, more like seven! We think we went over three hundred miles. Came a nice route though and avoided salt lake itself. Started to count ospreys and chicks, gave up after twelve. We are stopping in provo, but this state is weird....can't see liqour ...

    Day 15, 30 miles:Two weeks until the trip

    A travel blog entry by mediterranean12 on Apr 18, 2013

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    Bike: So I've been at this biking thing for 15 days now.  I've managed over these 15 days to get reasonable mileage (read: one 30 mile trip and a bunch of 20).  I'm still not crazy about it.  I wince every time a truck whooshes past me and when cars pull in front of me I'm likely to scream (not a loud scream but a very very girly one).  The fact of the matter is I don't want to die.  ...

    Through the Salt Lake valley

    A travel blog entry by peppz on Oct 07, 2012

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    ... longer really a desert landscape, but more wooded and green. It hugs the Uinta-Wasatch National Forest to the east.
    I had rode probably about 60 miles this day and was very tired. I had woken up in freezing temperatures in Salt Lake City, rode through desert and ended up in a wooded area, also very cold. That is the way it is in this area. Very wild, and you can feel the elements all along the way. I was sunburned from the 80 degree sun this afternoon and now I was ...

    Utah is burning

    A travel blog entry by winegalcj on Jun 30, 2012

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    ... moty-ho on the “constantly under construction” I-15 after being on county roads and scenic byways for more than a month.

    Alan wanted to go to Costco, Cara wanted to find the State Store and I needed to get to a PetSmart fast. I’m a little bird with particular tastes and my AviCakes were running dreadfully near empty. Gladly for us, Orem had everything we needed and then some. We spent the better part of yesterday happily ...