Town House Motel

Address: 375 Monroe Street, Winnemucca, Nevada, 89445, United States | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 375 Monroe Street, Winnemucca.
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          Drive to Winnemucca

          A travel blog entry by beaching on Sep 06, 2015

          4 photos

          ... share. First they bring out bread along with a carafe of wine which of course we declined. Next was bean soup, then green salad with another dish of beans that you spoon over your salad. We thought that would be kind of weird, but it was actually good. Then comes another 3 dishes together-carrots, mashed potatoes and beef tongue cooked with red and green ...

          Nevada: Dirt, Mountains, and the Occasional Casino

          A travel blog entry by bonjourbelle on Jul 29, 2015

          61 photos

          ... pizza (which was weird but delicious!) and a meatball pizza called the "Butch Cassidy" which was meatball and cheese. Both were good. Matthew had spaghetti, which was entertaining to watch him attempt to eat.

          Next was four more hours of driving through even more nothingness. I survived it with an Arnold Palmer and a candy bar. Eventually we arrived at our Marriott in Twin Falls Idaho. We all immediately collapsed and went to bed. Well I did. Don't ask me what everyone else did.

          Get Away Day

          A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Jun 15, 2015

          17 photos

          ... First Continental Railroad in Nevada. It also follows the paths of the Truckee and Humboldt Rivers. These rivers have been used as transportation corridors since the days of the California Gold Rush.

          Shortly after leaving Reno and the Truckee Meadows we reach the Lahontan Valley, better known to the pioneers as the Forty Mile Desert. After following the Humboldt River west the only way to reach California was to cross this land with no drinkable water. This strwas the most feared ...


          A travel blog entry by theheasleys on Aug 29, 2013

          ... and bought some pistachios. Nevada is a desolate place, nothing but desert and sage brush. Every once in a while you would see a green field. I guess if they can get water, they can irrigate. We drove all the way to Winnemucca and that was a long day. But we found a really nice campground in Winnemucca to rest for the ...

          Bikers galore

          A travel blog entry by sheflysx on May 25, 2012

          4 comments, 2 photos

          ... 8217;re from Maine!!!! You know snow!" But at that moment, I didn’t feel like a seasoned snow traveler. I was freaking out. And I texted my sister-in-law in Maine, and she was ROFLOL. But her attitude calmed me down and we got through it. We eventually reached the peak and started down the other side and the temps began to rise. But wait. Not so soon. There was yet another peak ahead of us and it started all over again. ...