Super 8 Battle Mountain
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Good place. The manager was dressing a desk clerk down in the am. The manager was pretty rude and unprofessional , however the restofthe staff was good. At least Fox News was on!
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We finally arrived at Battle Mountain! While stopping at a Chevron station to fill up gas(which cost $45.92), we picked up a brochure that talks about the history of Battle Mountainat the Battle Mountain Visitors Center. Here it is-http://battlemountaintourism.com/bat tle-mountain/
Battle Mountain is amazing! We took some pictures while we were there! We are now on our way to Wendover, ...
... the salt at over 500 mph. It would have been an awesome thing to experience. I guess you have to be that way inclined. We stopped off at Wendover for lunch and headed off again on our way to San Francisco. I took over driving not far out of Wendover, Glen was feeling a bit tired. He's done 99% of the driving. After a couple of hours we arrived at Battle Mountain. A quiet little town. ...
... in California was pleasant as we traveled through pine forests, and even at the higher elevations over “Donner Pass” the scenery was enjoyable. However, entering the Nevada mountains the scenery changed to a brown and barren landscape, and the ride east became very boring. We stopped for the night in the town “Battle Mountain” at “Clark Park”. As we set up camp at 6:00 PM the temperature is 102 degrees.
... The Nevada Central Railroad
from Battle Mountain to Austin was completed in 1880. The rail line was
constructed to connect the silver mines around Austin to the Central
Pacific line at Battle Mountain. The rail line served the Austin area
until it ...
... trip and they came down and gave me a new tube and changed the tire for me. It was awesome. These are the unexpected benefits of going on a supported trip.
Everyone on this trip pretty much thinks we're the village idiots. They don't think this because we are unintelligent, but rather because we showed up less prepared than anyone else, with brand new internet bikes that weren't put together right, don't necessarily fit us, and are ...