Peppermill Wendover Hotel Casino
Travel Blogs from West Wendover
... pull offs and lunch in down town Ely, a bit of mining going on… Lunch was lovely in one of the casinos, cool too. I got a big pot of tea, all nice. The afternoon ride was good too, not what we expected from the desert. We got into Wendover 3:30 our time 4:30 there in Utah. Dinner, a swim, downloads etc, then bed.
... It goes for miles and miles. The water itself is warm because it can't evaporate. And if you break a chunk of salt off the rocks it looks like diamonds. We drove thru a town called wendover. It was used in world war 2. All the original buildings are still there, most are buggered....there was some restoration going on which looks like it stopped in the GFC. They loaded atomic bombs into planes here and must ...
... appears slightly more rough terrain I ease of the throttle to see what the ground is actually like.
Having determined some areas where it is all smooth driving, it is time to really go for it. Flooring it completely, we quickly hit 60mph, then 100, 110, 120, 125 and finally it creeps up to 130mph to stick there. I guess the car is limited, or we are not getting as much out of it since we fueled up with regular gas as opposed to the premium fuel the car wants. ...
Linda Burton traveling from Elko, Nevada to Salt Lake City, Utah –Boggled by nature's theatrics as I drove east from Elko, I thought by now I’d seen every type of terrain. I was wrong. My curving descent at Wendover, past the last of the Nevada casinos, showed flashes of white ahead. A battery of signs assailed me – Mountain Time Zone, Welcome to ...
We visited the Bonneville Salt Flats State Park! What fun, very open land and miles on miles of salt and flatness... We even took the Jeep for a test run, although didn't go out too far in retrospect. The flats are huge! ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking