Longstreet Inn and Casino

Address: Stateline & Route 373, Amargosa Valley, Nevada, 89020, United States | Inn
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This inn is located on Stateline & Route 373, Amargosa Valley.
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      *Death Valley / Armagosa Valley

      A travel blog entry by travel_coats on Sep 15, 2014

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      Checked out of hotel. We drove to Fed Ex office in the hope of diverting Josh's parcel to San Francisco. No luck and have ended up paying for additional postage for them to be air freighted straight to San Francisco on Friday.
      Headed off towards Death Valley, finally got the sygic (GPS) system working. Gav did well with the driving, love the …

      Day 5 LA to San Fran trip: Death Valley

      A travel blog entry by chelseanoble90 on Oct 08, 2014

      ... had a quick sandwich wrap lunch and a little look around the museum. After a wander we headed back into the valley to continue our journey throughout the desert. Our next stop was at Bad Water basin which is the lowest point below sea level in North America, which is only 100 miles away from the hugest point Mount Whitney. The basin was surrounded by walls of different coloured rock and the beach itself actually went on for miles. Keep in mind ...

      USA - Death Valley National Park

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Oct 02, 2014

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      ... there is no officer or park ranger enforcing them to do so. Anyways we did pay!

      That morning we were lucky enough to experience the sunrise over the Death Valley National park. We were very excited about spectacular desert scenery surrounding never-ending flat roads. Nonetheless, we felt a bit lonely as there was nothing around, except for our tiny car plowing the dusty desert road. We tried not to even think about possible breakdown of our car. We were in ...

      Death Valley

      A travel blog entry by emlikestotravel on Sep 10, 2014

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      ... chips. Two portions of this and one beer set us back $55. Ouch! Well, I guess they have a long way to bring them. We drive out next morning via Badwater and Artists Palette. The latter is an eight mile one way loop road off the main, where the colours of the rocks, particularly in early evening are like an artists palette. Absolutely stunning in a rocky kind of way at mid morning so in the evening light, it must be even more beautiful. Badwater, ...

      The drive to Death Valley

      A travel blog entry by glowe on Sep 09, 2014

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      ... to leave Yosemite we drove down the mountains in style and got to see the rid edges and the road ahead on the side oft he cliff! Spectacular!

      The drive then began to Death Valley. Now we knew it was going to get hot but that was an understatement. We drove for what felt like miles and the weird thing is you can never really see where the roads are going. It looks like they are just heading for the mountains but when you get there you end up working ...