Holiday Inn Express Winnemucca
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsHoliday Inn Express Winnemucca
I have stayed here I believe four other times. It is a good comfortable hotel located just off I-80 on the west end of town.
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... share. First they bring out bread along with a carafe of wine which of course we declined. Next was bean soup, then green salad with another dish of beans that you spoon over your salad. We thought that would be kind of weird, but it was actually good. Then comes another 3 dishes together-carrots, mashed potatoes and beef tongue cooked with red and green ...
Today was, for the most part, a long driving day through the vast wasteland of Nevada, but first we had a few stops to start the day.
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... entire California Trail.
This stretch of Nevada is typical for this state- very few towns and not big towns at that. Fernley is atypical with a population of nearly 20,000 souls. Once an agricultural center the city advertises itself was the second friendliest site for warehouse distribution in the West. As if to prove the point Amazon.com has a huge warehouse there.
Next town to the east is Lovelock, the Pershing County Seat. On the way we pass a pair of large dry ...
... so we had to be satisfied with a photo through the fence.
The area west of Salt Lake City is covered in salt flats making habitation difficult and the drive a bit monotonous. The mountains reflected in the water that covered some of the flats gave nice views and apparently ingenious folks tried to make the drive more interesting with the "eyes in the rock" and the Tree of Utah, which is a concrete ...
We were up at 6am to have our included breakfast and on the road by 7am for a big day of driving. We took interstate 15 south via Butte and turned off onto highway 33 then 93 to Twin Falls. The route we took was nice and scenic passing through farming areas, valleys and along the Craters of the Moon state park. The landscape in the state park was amazing, really rocky and very moonlike. As we drove between the valleys the climate differences were amazing, we ...