Milo's Inn at Boulder

Address: 534 Nevada Way, Boulder City, Nevada, 89005, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 534 Nevada Way, Boulder City, is near Boulder City/Hoover Dam Museum, Gold Strike Canyon Hot Springs, Nevada Way, and Fiddlesticks.
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      Page (AZ)-Antelope Canyon (AZ)-Boulder City(NV)

      A travel blog entry by pmulder on Nov 04, 2012

      47 photos

      Vanmorgen hebben we goed kunnen uitslapen na het feestje gisteren bij de indianen. Vandaag hebben Antelope Canyon op de planning staan. Hierna rijden we door richting Boulder City. Dit is een dorpje naast de Hoover Dam. Antelope Canyon bestaat uit 2 zogenaamde slotcanyond ( uitgeslete smalle kloven) en is ontstaan door moesson erosie. Tijdens het …

      Yosemite National Park

      A travel blog entry by yellowstoners on Oct 24, 2014

      27 photos

      ... literally yards away from the hotel. Also, they had a pool! Needless to say, Ible and I loved the Ahwahnee. We had also come to the conclusion that, since we did not have enough time to see a lot of the valley, that we would take a tour the next day to do exactly that. After buying our tickets for the next day's tour we had to head to another part of the park to get into contact with another one of our Yellowstone friends. Since there was time and we were all ...

      Hoover Dam

      A travel blog entry by robselclark on Oct 14, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      Tue 14th we drove about an hour to Hoover Dam, so renamed from Boulder Dam in 1947. (President Herbert Hoover, not FBI's Edgar Hoover.) The dam was built in four years from 1931 to 1935, mainly for flood control and water storage. Electricity generation was an afterthought, but a good one. Electricity revenue has paid for the dam construction ($165M) and still pays for all its operating costs. This piece of infrastructure funding works ...


      A travel blog entry by sallyglass on Oct 03, 2014

      77 photos

      ... walked back calling in at each hotel to check it out and stopped to watch some of the buskers, who earn their keep every night doing the same thing. Our favourite ... And the only one we tipped was the Elvis living statue. He was made up to look like a statue so looked 'plastic' and was holding a microphone while Elvis songs came out from the speaker. As people walked past .... He put out his hand or lent over and it was hysterical seeing the crowds reaction. We stood there for ...

      Nevada, Arizona and Utah

      A travel blog entry by jb-hania on Sep 20, 2014

      45 photos

      ... following the sat nav is not the best idea when set to 'the fastest route'. It led us through a very dark and scary forest, where we were the only people. The tarmak stopped and we were on a dirt road. The dirt road stopped and we were on some kind of track that had been graded to slow down 4-wheel drive vehicles. This meant that even at 5 miles/hr the little Toyota Corolla was shaking like a ******** dog. Things got even worse when headlights flashed over some eyes in ...