Longstreet Inn and Casino

Stateline & Route 373, Amargosa Valley, Nevada, 89020, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Amargosa Valley

Auf ins Nirvana, ach ne Amargosa

A travel blog entry by stabe


Einem Vormittag am Pool (und 3 weiteren Besuchen des Aquariums - leider heute ohne Meerjungfrau) tankten wir Kraft beim Seasons Buffet des Silverton Hotels. Das Hotel hat uns wirklich gut gefallen, der Pool war der schön, die Zimmer üppig (wir tauschten gestern übrigens noch, weil uns irgendwie doch ein wenig komisch war bei der …

Day 27 mesquite dunes and hoover dam

A travel blog entry by drhammer


... We didn’t spend a lot of time driving on the side roads to check out the sights because we both needed to move on to be able do the tour at hoover dam and it wasn’t as impressive as Joshua tree. If you go there first you will be amazed at the mountains but after driving all over cali it was just more big mountains LOL. We did see a coyote and I tried to run over it much to the dismay of Rachel. If there was no ...

Lakeside RV with the grand kids

A travel blog entry by bteasdale


... Cindy thinks it came up through the floor when we were driving through the 8-10" of water on Grand Teton Blvd. in Las Vegas. We quickly started dinner (beef stew and rice), and had dinner on the table at 8 PM. The weather conditions turned a projected 90 minute drive into almost 2 1/2 hours, with the last hour and a half a white knuckled crawl. Ugh. The night passed quietly. The new foam mattress is much more comfortable than the old mattress. Everyone was ...

Into the Valley of Death rode the two of us

A travel blog entry by wendalex


... hot air to remain in the valley where it simply keeps circulating, getting hotter and hotter. Essentially it's a huge convection oven that cooks the low dessert floor and being so far inland and protected by several mountain ranges, the rain shadow is so effective that almost no rain falls here at all. Just two inches a year…. extremely hot air and no rain means you get Death Valley. After Badwater Basin we continued along the road to Texas ...

Death Valley not as scary as you'd think

A travel blog entry by franklin2013


Up and off very early this morning and it was sad to leave the luxury of the Venetian Resort, only last night it sounded like there was a drill going off somewhere during the night which was really annoying and made for a poor nights sleep. David, being the super organised, adrenaline pumped guide struggled as usual to sleep well before a big driving day so was up with his head torch on well before 5. Departed for ...

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This inn is located on Stateline & Route 373, Amargosa Valley.
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