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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... this eat let alone think about exercising in it – hectic.
We drive through to Badwater which was not even worth the drive so we quickly turn around and make more time to see Artist’s Palette. It’s called that because of all the colours in the rocky mountains. It’s beautiful but I was pretty over the heat and was getting pretty cranky so the appreciation had sort of subsided. Aaron mentions how disappointing Death Valley is and we ...
... another big rough looking guy. He was the clerk and he checked me in. The lobby was a mess. Trash was all over the floor behind the counter.
I checked us in because I had already paid for the room and he would not refund my money. We went to the room and the hallway was nasty. There were several bags of trash in the hall and there was a guy standing in the hall that ...
... to picture it for you. After a short jump in the pool this morning we visited today the other part of death valley with its typical sand dunes. We now just arrived in "Three Rivers" in Sequoia National Park after a 7 hour ride through the narrow curves of the Sierra Nevada where we will visit tomorrow the "Giant Trees".
We will upload the pics from Bryce Canyon, Zion and Death Valley as soon as we have a faster WiFi ...
... have been out during the day… I assume they’re hunting to feed the enormous appetite of their chicks… We hope to get the spotting scope out for a closer look. I honestly have no clue how much longer they will be in the nest… but we’re watching them daily and enjoying the show… Now the nest is ...
... these sections of ice against the rocks and they move on the soft dirt beneath them. When the ice melts and the water evaporates, the rocks have moved, leaving their trail behind them with no evidence as to how it was made. Science is pretty cool. The Ranger also told us that if it wasn’t snowing, the drive up the mountain is 2 hours on a dirt road in bad conditions and then it is a hike to the ...