Sunset Motel

1145 Cornell Ave., Lovelock, Nevada, 89419, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 1145 Cornell Ave., Lovelock.
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Travel Blogs from Lovelock

Overnight in

A travel blog entry by sloancat on Jul 19, 2014

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... night – a bit pricey for what it was, but Jerry wasn’t comfortable just pulling into a Walmart parking lot. And, we had electricity so we could run the AC overnight. Trains went by frequently, shaking the RV. That was fine, I think it helped me sleep better! So, we’re officially on ...

On the road toward Colorado!

A travel blog entry by cheyenneus on Jun 28, 2011

2 comments, 5 photos

... best that she lost on her first time out, that way she doesn't have the unrealistic idea that every time you gamble you walk away flush.
We parked Annie on the street in Reno and walked to Circus Circus - once Adelaide lost her budget, she wanted to head back to the RV and take Helo on a walk around town, which I was totally cool with. Unbeknownst to me, she got lost when leaving and walked around lost for two hours not being able to find the truck. lol
I ...

The Oregon Trail

A travel blog entry by smcollins on Jun 10, 2011

2 comments, 4 photos

... that was responsible for many deaths and losses to groups who were emigrating to California.

Our final destination was Lovelock... what a town. It is small, dry, dirty and run down. All people in Nevada seem to do is gamble. Every hotel is a casino, even if it's a town of 2000 people, not Las Vegas. I went into a gas station to use the bathroom just like I would at any other station in the country and the tiny shop had a half a dozen slot machines facing ...

A snowy pass to a little gamblin' town

A travel blog entry by solarmoxie on Nov 28, 2010

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Our first night was spent in Nevada after a looooooong drive over the California mountains ~ after a mellow start to the winter, the weather decided to make up for lost time this weekend & dump all over us. We needed chains in the first few hours over the pass @ ...

Almost Home

A travel blog entry by reneltrek on Jul 16, 2009

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July 16-We got up and went to Dan's Tires to have our loose shocks fixed. We were in luck, no damage to the shocks. They replaced the nuts and washers, charged us $42 and we were on our way. We visited Fort Bridger Historic site. Located in a scenic valley the fort was established by fur trader and explorer Jim Bridger in 1843. In later years the fort was occupied by Mormons and the US Army. The site now ...