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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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... get to a better position for a photo. When we got further up the road though what we saw took our Breath away. We saw a double rainbow with one of the rainbows being a double ended rainbow. Spectacular, neither of us had seen both ends of a rainbow before let alone in a desert. Let's hope it's a sign of good luck on our travels.... Luckily enough we had enough battery in our phones and camera to capture plenty of images. Once all of ...
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We stopped off at the Japanese Internment camp - Manzanar National Historical Site. An interesting look into American Life in the 1940s..People of Japanese descent were rounded up and sent here during the war, 2/3 of the Japanese were American Citizens. This place was in the middle of nowhere , in a desert, the residents ended up building their own barracks, and lived here for the next few years while the war was still on. The ...
... got her fill of wandering the RV park (there were some swings) and helping me with the recycling, we hit the road again, stopping briefly to stock up on a few items for the fridge. By this point it was around 12.30pm and Bryony took her usual nap. We agreed to make the most of this and drive as far as we could while she slept before stopping for lunch. The drive consisted of the passing of more of the East Sierra's striking landscape - mountains on either side including ...
... to an hour outside of Death Valley, we head up the mountain range and there is a sign instructing drivers to turn off their A/C for the next 10miles secondary to overheating and radiator complications. So we have to turn our A/C off and drive in the heat… it was horrendous. As we drive up the mountain range we see a man in his 40’s (approximately) running on the mountain range… what a soldier… so we give him a beep and a thumbs up for ...
I made it to Badwater Basin, the lowest place on earth. I really know people in low places now. We were 282 feet below sea level and at 114 degrees. There was actually water there. I left my helmet on because it was actually cooler with it on. I snapped a few pictures and hit the road to Furnace Creek Inn and Resort. The Inn is very expensive so I opted for the Ranch. I have a nice little ...