The Historic Parsonage Bed & Breakfast

Address: 11 Spring Street, Eureka, Nevada, 89316, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 11 Spring Street, Eureka.
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Travel Blogs from Eureka

Salt flats and deserts

A travel blog entry by abagworth on Sep 04, 2014

3 comments, 5 photos

... and they were having a chat in their easy chairs with what seemed not a care in the world! We browsed around the shop - Levi jeans were 40 dollars but no room to carry them. We tried on cowboy hats and boots, took photos and had a laugh.

Just down the road was a railway museum. Now I am not really into trains but paid my 6 dollars entry and found a great place run by lovely people. A fantasic large engine shed of ...

Heading East from Reno to Eureka, Nevada.

A travel blog entry by aley48 on Aug 27, 2014

2 comments, 41 photos

... of silver prospectors from nearby Austin, who discovered rock containing a silver-lead ore on nearby Prospect Peak. The town became the county seat in 1873, when Eureka County was carved out of adjacent Lander, Elko, and White Pine counties. Mining, especially for lead, was the town's economic mainstay, as the nearby hillsides ranked as Nevada's second-richest mineral producer, behind western Nevada's Comstock Lode.

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Exploring Diverse Landscapes

A travel blog entry by jan3boys on Jul 06, 2014

25 photos

We were up long before the revelers at the campsite, packed up and hit the road around 9:00. Our first stop was Burney Falls, at McArthur-Burney Memorial State Park in Northern California. The Falls are spectacular, and the canyon below the falls must be 25 degrees cooler than the Ponderosa forest on the plateau above. The shade from the tall Douglass fir forest, the mist from the falls, and the narrow spaces provided a welcome ...

Things got real...

A travel blog entry by stevelaskey on Jun 20, 2014

4 comments

A few days ago, I spoke of the magic winds that pushed and carried me along, seemingly making this segment of the tour a breeze. I had been making my blog entries on McDonald's free wifi in every other town for a while, and skipping between gas station stores for supplies.
The great wind continued out of Stagecoach and gave me an 84 mile day, my best of the tour so far. One big rule I have is 'when the wind is at your back, you stay on the bike'. It ...

"The Friendliest Town on the Loneliest Road"

A travel blog entry by missbliss1978 on Jun 09, 2014

14 photos

... or not...but the strip and buildings were adorable! I love that old abandoned country store...would love to buy it and restore it into a living space. I must watch too much HGTV. lol.

The sun was setting and in the distance I see 2 teenagers walking with bright green neon shirts on. Again, because there are no other cars for hundreds of miles I stop and ask what they're doing…they said “we’re walking across America for ...