Red Garter Hotel & Casino
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews Red Garter Hotel & Casino West Wendover
Travel Blogs from West Wendover
... range which produced tricks of light; the heat, air, white salt and dark mountain backdrop collided to issue what looked like aluminum ramps that blocked out entire passages of the massif. Mirages are magnificent, as long as the trick you see before your eyes isn’t something of dire importance.
We reached the Salt Flats where several tracks were dug into the salt, like waves. There were curly Q’s, doughnuts and someone ...
... here with the record exceeding 600 miles per hour. Not for the feint hearted.
We are looking forward to getting to Salt Lake City. We hope to be able to hear the Mormon Tabernacle Choir perform.
The drive from Oregon to Utah, although seemed to be a lot of nothing in particular is in its own very special way an exciting and special journey. Well worth doing.
... places to stop for lunch.
Amazing that people made this trip with families in a wagon. We went for hours without seeing any sign of water or even grass: just sage brush, rock and hills. We tried to capture some of it in pictures but the reality is quite stark. There were stretches of highway where we were completely alone on a long straight road. Too bad the VW doesn't like anything over 75.
... as your eyes travel to the right of the picture. Now that is amazing!
The mountains are just bigger than life out here. And they're all completely different. Dawayne just couldn't stop taking pictures, they were so awe striking.
Tomorrow we'll stay local to rest up for the drive north on Wednesday. Stay tuned for our truly adventurous Tuesday!
... away as the track would have to be several miles long. Plus the sat nav couldn't pin point it, so we turned down the road signposted towards it and headed into the horizon along an empty road with water either side of it.
We've driven along roads that appear to vanish at the horizon, and we've seen roads that drop over the crest ...