Exchange Club Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsExchange Club Motel Beatty
A clean welcoming and honest motel.
Helpful staff and a good night's sleep - one the karaoke had finished in the casino across the street!
Would happily stay there agin.
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... flats of Badwater Basin - the lowest point in North America at 282 ft below sea level (eat your heart out fellow Linerunner ditch people). We've definitely seen the highs and lows of Death Valley and lots of stretches in between. Here at our campsite the night sky has been unrivaled. Death Valley is one of three parks to be designated as an International Dark Sky Park, and it is the largest of the three. We have enjoyed watching the sky every night, but especially during ...
... was impressed and much photography ensued.
Then it was time to make our beeline to the California border and one of my favorite places in the world, Death Valley. When we left on this little jaunt in late September we considered stopping at Death Valley on the way out but the general temperatures at that time were still triple digits. Now, a little over one month later we have the pleasure of day time highs in the low eighties and nighttime ...
... Arrived at the studio 's quiet cloudy but still hot just hope Daves back holds out Kays feet dont blister Rays toothache dont play up an my headache as calmed down .
What can I say FAB..FAB..FAB..
we went on the Simpsons, Minions and Transformers all simulaters.Ray, Dave and Kay went on The Mummy ride , me I stayed on theground , then we went on the tour of the studios were we saw Mario Lopez he was the chap who played in saved by the bell. The park ...
... of nowhere, exposed to extreme heat and without cellphone. All this new perception helped us get over our sleepy thoughts and we started to be much more anxious about what we were about to see.
Death Valley is one of the hottest places on earth, attaining the highest temperature ever recorded (57 °C in 1913). The highest temperatures are usually attained between May and August. Even if October doesn´t belong to the warmest months we could spot a lot of ...
... it doesn't dry up I don't know. We drive a further 80 miles or so to get out of the valley. I said it was huge didn't I? And along the way we meet a hungry little fox. He all but flags the car down. He has obviously learned the art of begging for food. We feed him on crisps. In retrospect, I should have given him a bowl of water to drink. How ever he and his mates can survive with no liquid in this forsaken land is a mystery. But they obviously do, ...