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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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- Woke up bright and early and checked out today at 6:00 - Ate at a continental breakfast that was complimentary - Got to visit Humboldt National Park which cost about $15 to get in - Took an ATV off road tour of the mountains - Got to pet a bunny - Found a cute little mom and pop hotel which was only 25 bucks a night - The missus promised my waffles in the ...
Mickey and Lucy have not forgotten their old tricks walking around our heads and Lucy jumping into and out of the cabinet above our heads. That along with the trains was not a restful night sleep! Fur everywhere already!! Breakfast sandwich, hook up and we are on the road to Idaho Falls. We passed a potatoe museum. Sorry we didn't have time to stop ...
Up early getting last minute stuff packed. Lucy had to be coaxed from under the bed to get in the carrier. Mickey was more compliant. Once in they are good to go. No complaining while traveling! Now in Elko after 5 hours having a beer! We are staying at the Iron Horse RV park that has ...
We began our day traveling to the California Trail Interpretive Center 8 miles west of Elko. Everyone said, "You should go there and see it." It truly was a great tribute to those pioneers, some of whom, beat the incredible odds to make it to California. To quote a sign posted, "The Humbolt River creates a 300 mile corridor through several mountain ranges in northeastern Nevada. Between 1841 and 1869, this natural road was followed by more than 200,000 ...
Today we decided to take our motorbike for a ride up the Lamoille Scenic Biway. We climbed up Ruby Mountain to an altitude of 8500'. The vistas were spectacular and the glacier carved valleys were breathtaking. There were numerous water falls with the snow melting and the wet rock glistened in the sun. In fact, at one point we had to turn around because there was too much snow ...