BEST WESTERN Hi-Desert Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- 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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... for miles and miles without seeing anyone! We stopped at Bonneville salt flats, which were amazing! Spent some time there taking photos, think it produced my favourite group photo yet! They use the salt flats for racing each year, and top gear have filmed there. We the. Continued driving through the desert until our lunch stop. We then drove along what is known as the Americas loneliest road! And it was correct, it was even less populated than the previous ...
... 2 pages of scrawl. Now I can't figure it all out!
The first thing I noted was the 80 mph speed limit on the I -15. Bryan commented that it was the first time he could legally drive at 128 kph - and for 35.8 miles (57 km) too!
We turned west on the 56 at Cedar City and went up and down a few ranges - seemed to go down to about 4,000 ft then up 5,500/6,000 several times. No cultivation until we reached Newcastle - plenty of irrigation and ...
Monday 4th May continued
We were almost opposite a micro brewery so we went there for dinner and to sample there beers, they had six different beers so I had to sample them all. 3 of them were ok, 1 was ...
... Life is a little difficult at the minute. Our group is frustrating, most members are hard work or have annoying habits. Spend 2 weeks with people and you get to know them quite well. For the most part we're just getting on with it but we're at the end of our tethers with some of them. Some others are very nice and good to talk to, they temporarily take your mind off of some individuals who are a pain to travel with. Recently we've just been looking forward ...
... This remarkable production caused Goldfield to grow rapidly, and it soon became the largest town in the state with about 20,000 people. One prominent, or notorious, early Goldfield resident was George Graham Rice, a former check forger, newspaperman, and racetrack tipster, turned mining stock promoter. The collapse of his Sullivan Trust Company and its associated mining stocks caused the failure of the Goldfield State Bank in 1907. ...