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TravelPod Member ReviewsBig Chief Motel Battle Mountain
Great room, clean and tidy. Facilities are better than some of the bigger name hotels. Very reasonable rates. More than happy to stay here again.
Thankyou to the owner/managers.
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So we leave Salt Lake City behind us. Love this place and would definitely visit again. On our way to San Francisco via Reno and Lake Tahoe. It's a long drive so we'll probably stop off somewhere along the way. Stopped off at Bonneville to check out the salt flats. As you can see, it's under water. Glen is devastated, as I am. I was looking forward …
We finally arrived at Battle Mountain! While stopping at a Chevron station to fill up gas(which cost $45.92), we picked up a brochure that talks about the history of Battle Mountainat the Battle Mountain Visitors Center. Here it is-http://battlemountaintourism.com/bat tle-mountain/
Battle Mountain is amazing! We took some pictures while we were there! We are now on our way to Wendover, ...
Monday July 14, 2014
This morning we awoke at 5:30 to prepare for an early departure at 6:45, the campground was resurfacing their roadways and if we did not leave by 7:00 AM we would be trapped inside the campground until 7:00 PM; it was therefore necessary for us to leave by 7:00 AM. We stopped for a breakfast meal in a Walmart parking lot before proceeding eastward. Traveling east on ...
... Paiute and Shoshone peoples. The area was noted by fur trappers in the 1820s and 30s. It served as a way point for westward-bound travel on the Emigrant Trail along the Humboldt River by 1845. According to local legends the name stems from confrontations between ...
... of the Snake River after traveling the world, took great care of us. Mark could feel Ken Burns drooling for a bite of his pastrami sandwich! Idaho offered more views of the farm land. South east Idaho was agriculture... potatoes, corn, hay, beef and dairy cattle and an abundance of agriculture that supplies our country. Smoke off in the distance was alarming, ...