Days Inn Delta
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Delta
Old motel, and need a lot of updating and TLC. BUT it's clean, good bed, clean towels and lots of hot water.
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... eternity. When we finally made it to our hotel at 4:30pm, a very friendly lady greeted us. No cellphone reception yet again. But we did get a good meal and ice cold drinking things.
It was another tough day. Different than our previous day as there were none of those gigantic hills, but the sun was more unrelenting than the day before. Thankfully none of us suffered heat stroke or any other debilitating physical setback that would have prevented us from continuing.
... even had a dinosaur bone. The couple who run the place spent time with girls sharing their knowledge and passion for the rocks. They also told us where to find “agate”, not too far away from there, and marked on the map of Utah, for Picasso marble, fossils, geodes and other minerals. And, since that moment, we have been following the map. We feel like gold prospectors. We found beautiful agates near ...
... onto the dirt shoulder then bellowed some more.
I really couldn't believe what I was seeing. Then I caught a glimpse of my mom's face, and I couldn't help but laugh. This was one of the most ridiculous scenes I've ever seen! Here we are in the middle of a dark road, behind a row of sleeping trucks, and this craziness is actually happening! Chris is literally rolling around in the dirt, banging on his legs while emoting the grumpiest sounds ...
We left Willits in the rain, back on Hwy 20 over the Mendocino National Forest, then downhill to Interstate 5 and Sacramento in the heat. In the capital city we finally pick-up Hwy 50.
Up the hill into the Sierras and Lake Tahoe, lots of people, and traffic, but still beautiful country. A couple more miles and we are in Fallon, NV for the night.
Early the next morning we left Fallon for one of our favorite rides, Fallon to Delta ...