Amargosa Opera House And Hotel
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... like leaves at the end of each branch - sorry no photo) lessened as we drove west to become a bare stony desert. We drove through a wide flat valley with low ranges of contrasting hills on the two sides. Entering the Death Valley National Park we stopped at Zabriskie Point for a stunning view of folded eroded ridges and valleys. Then on to our stop for the night at Furnace Creek Inn. The original building dates from 1927 and our rooms have lovely ...
... at Furnance Creek resort and left our baggage so we could take a easy ride to Badwater.
Badwater is 282 feet below sea level and it is called badwater because all the water there is too salty to drink.
We left Badwater and headed for Artists way. This is a little road that takes you up the mountain. Just as we approached, the ranger closed the road. We had no choice but to head back to the resort.
We did not ...
It wasn't a great nights sleep and we both felt tired the next morning. After packing the car we decided to only spend a day in Death Valley, and so booked a hotel in June Lake. The reason for this was because despite Death Valley officially being the hottest, driest place in America it was bloody raining! We then went to the only restaurant in town, Mel's, for breakfast. It was a great breakfast, plenty for your money and we saw ...
Awesome scenary, incredible place. Amazing, Certainly deadly we arrived and stayed in matilda (air con) till 6 as so hot. very dry had a another cookout and enjoyed the stars, beautiful. Sierra nevada is a very special place, the incredible part is its only a few hundred miles from lush forest. Had another great night listening to coyotes too, i love listening to them. They sought of chatter and howl, ...
... us didn't recommend this route either. I'd written each section of the route down, complete with points of interest that I wanted to stop at. The first section was a fairly non-descript highway down through Bishop and Lone Pine for about 120 miles. Then we turned in to Death Valley at aimed for Stovepipe Wells sixty miles away......a town name that already had you imagining how hot it was going to be. Our first stop was high up in the mountains at a ...