West Gate Inn
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- Smoking rooms available
- Non-smoking rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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We needed to cover a lot of ground to get back east in a week. Started at sunrise in Fallon, NV and our hotel was already on 50 East, "The Loneliest Road". This was a Pony Express Route in the old days. About 350 miles to cross Nevada. Just a few towns along the way, spread out along the way. Need to plan your gas and bathroom stops. The road is …
... made things significantly more challenging. We definitely found one exhibit though - see photo!
We got to the famous Dinosaur Wall eventually though. This is a huge wall of rock that has been protected by building the Visitor Centre over it. The dinosaurs here died from drought - they gathered around the river that ...
... and vistas. Varying in colour, intensity, size and composition, every turn in the road leads to a new surprise. The drive was truly part of the holiday for the visual rewards,
As for the Coloradans, themselves, they seemed to be a meld between the west coast and the wild west. People are individualistic, in tune with the environment, valuing personal freedom of choice in their behavior, philosophies and lifestyles. ...
... Rockies on the California Zephyr line. The sun was shining and the view of the mountains was breathtaking. I did my best to take photos and videos, but these won't do the Rockies justice. Being so high up and seeing the snow was fantastic! Sunset in the mountains helped to make the long wait today not a complete waste of time. On a separate note, the funniest moment of the day was on the train just coming out ...
... out to the road we would be traveling to our next destination. We spent about an hour and a half on this road, stopping at pulloffs to take photos and to admire the views. I will admit, this would not have been possible yesterday when we came through the first time, because all of the pulloffs were full of cars, parked there by people who were off hiking in the canyon. This morning, the pulloffs were open and available, so I took a lot of pictures. ...