Days Inn Delta
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- 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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Continued our ride across the 'Loneliest road in America'.
Above 6000 ft elevation all day in the high desert.
Stopped for breakfast at the 'Hotel Nevada' in Ely.
My brother Mike & I stayed at this hotel about 7 years ago. All the rooms are fitted out with 1860's furniture.
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And what on earth are we doing here, lost in ...
After a few minutes, his fit was over. I took a quick picture of the moon before getting back into the car, savoring the quiet. We traded places again and continued up the road to a truck stop to take the dogs out, have a pit stop and get some water. Of note was a very nice metalwork sign in front of the store. Everyone is wide awake now and annoyed. We piled back into the car and continued north toward Salt Lake City on the dumbest journey ...
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