The Brooks Hotel

500 Cedar St, Wallace, Idaho, 83873, United States | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Wallace

Exploring Wallace

A travel blog entry by nangarner

... wold west. Bordellos thrived here until 1988. There were once 20 saloons in town. After silver prices tumbled, many mines shut down. It was too expensive to keep them running. The mining tour was really interesting. We then walked around town. We went in and out of the pawn shops, and antique stores. After lunch we toured the bordello museum and the mining museum. It then started to pour so we went back to our motel and then went back into town got ...

A place called Wallace

A travel blog entry by chrisculley

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... set from a cowboys and Indians film. But instead of horses and wagons in this cowboy and Indian film set there were off road vehicles, all terrain vehicles, 4 x 4's and pre 1990 vehicles! As we sat outside on the one and only Main Street for our dinner that evening, every car that passed fell into one of these categories. Apart from the obvious odd stranger in town who rode in on a brand new ...

Wallace, Idaho: Center of the Universe!?!

A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger

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... at the historic Jameson Inn in Wallace and were anxious to visit and explore this small but historic town.

Wallace was born during a mining boom and mining still is important to the economy. Silver was discovered near Wallace in 1884, bringing in hordes of prospectors and the expected secondary tide ...

A Colorful Fall Hike to Blossom Lake

A travel blog entry by drfumblefinger

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... Blossom lake is a moderately easy 6 mile round trip on a trail of good quality -- well maintained and with good footing -- gaining almost a thousand feet in altitude. During the first half mile of the trail you walk beside a man-made ditch, part of a diversion canal built by Chinese laborers over a century ago to aid with mining, although ...

Random Musings - the Forgotten Stories

A travel blog entry by vjo58

... t be any fun to navigate in this environment. The scooters are commonly ridden double in any and all configurations -- 2 women, 2 men, one of each sex (with an even mix of which gender is driving), young and old. It would definitely be an easy way to navigate these streets (or sidewalks if they want, apparently). Parking seems to be highly regulated, but may be more of a suggestion than a law. When there's no parking because the streets are ...

Location

This hotel, located on 500 Cedar St, Wallace, is near Sierra Silver Mine, Oasis Bordello Museum, Lookout Pass, and Wallace Mining Museum.
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