Rainbow Casino Hotel
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... open 24/7. So the washroom problem has been resolved and we are settling down for a nice long nap, heading out to Salt Lake City in the morning.
Our trip across Nevada was stark but beautiful. We choose I80, partly because it was fast but partly because it approximates the 'California Trail' that gold seekers and then settlers took out west. It is a difficult enough trip at 75mph ...
... pressure of everyone else smacking their lips and insisting that it was indeed salt.
* we also saw the curvature of the earth. We didn't realize it as we were there, but when we got back to the hotel and did some reading, we learned that we were along a stretch where the earth's curve can be seen. Check out the panoramic. Look at how the distance between the sky and the mountains ...
... 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. ...
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! ...
... than the Citroen which was the star of the advert.
Lydia is a French lady born in Newcastle and John seems to have had a go at most things from designing yachts that fit in containers to providing pilot escort for vehicles (amber flashing lights?)
So back to our favourite hotel chain,Days Inn where we use every pathetic angle we can make up to get a good rate.
.Even when we stopped half way here at a rest stop we got talking to about half a dozen people:
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