Jim Butler Motel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJim Butler Motel Tonopah
We had been travelling for a month before we reached the Jim Butler motel. This is the first of the low cost motels we have stayed in that has stood out from the crowd. Interesting rooms, really helpful staff, extra comfortable beds and more than adequate breakfast.
Only downside was the excess environmental impact. The products they used carried huge fuel miles unnecessarily. Soap and face cloths from China, shampoo from Mexico. They also used disposable coffee maker trays - more unnecessary environmental impact.
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- Made it to Tonopah safe and sound.
- Stopped off at a gas station to fill up.
- Spent about $44.43
- Bought some lunch at a local diner
- Had some great tacos with beans and rice
- I met a lady at the diner who was a Native American
- Her name was ...
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