BEST WESTERN Hi-Desert Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN Hi-Desert Inn Tonopah
Good breakfast, clean room, very quiet town, I'd come again.
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Guyhjalmar stayed here on Aug 4, 2014 during their trip titled: Guy & Hjalmar's Great Adventure.
We got up early this morning and got to Yosemite Village about 9:30. We would have been there a little earlier, but we stopped to see "the oldest rocks in Yosemite" on the way there. We had been told the 2 hour tour of Yosemite by open trolley was very good, so that was our goal for the morning. Though we were there early, the earliest tour we …
... since trek had started. We stopped for late lunch around 2ish at the Alieinn, this was dinner paying homage to anything alien(we where abduction capital). Little way down the road was the extraterrestrial highway sign. Photos and putting a blow up alien on the sign followed as well as signing our names and trek group., back on you road by 2.50pm or another 3hour drive followed. We arrived at 6.15pm at what can be described as the middle of nowhere. Benton ...
We're in Tonopah now, a small quiet town formerly famous for Jim Butler discovering a large deposit of Silver here. After the silver went, not a whole lot was left but it's a necessary break stop from Salt Lake City to Yosemite.
Tonopah marked us finishing our 11 nights in a row of camping, thank goodness! We enjoyed the one night in the hotel and went for a meal with the group, before appreciating a bed to ourselves again. ...
So, yesterday was not one of our better days. Late start, got lost, dropped the bikes a few times (me three times, Cole only once) and almost ended up camping along the side of the road. As for the late start, the best excuse I can come up with is that we're still getting our routine down. Despite what you may think these trips are a lot of work! Finding a place for breakfast, doing some bike maintenance, re-packing/re-loading getting gas, completing the prior day's blog ...