Motel 6 Fallon

1705 S Taylor St, Fallon, Nevada, 89406, United States | 1 star motel
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This 1 star motel, located on 1705 S Taylor St, Fallon, is near Grimes Point and Lattin Farms.
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Travel Blogs from Fallon

The Human Sail

A travel blog entry by stevelaskey on Jun 16, 2014

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... I just sat up as high in the saddle as I could to catch as much of the blessed west wind as I could. A human sail. Cruising at 20 mph without pedaling for long stretches, I still felt the wind pushing at my back.

It is just another reason why I ride. I was just waiting for the air to suddenly change directions, to swing around to pummel me as it has so often in the last few weeks. When it didn't, I heard my cousin Charlene's voice telling me ...

Departure, Fallon & The Loneliest Road!!!

A travel blog entry by missbliss1978 on Jun 09, 2014

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... It must be because I grew up in a small midwest town buried in the cornfields. So I knew the highlights of my trip would be observing and exploring these quirky towns filled with so much character and history….

Fallon, Nevada – Lots of anti-drug signs. Bible belt…join a church signs! Abandoned houses and offices, livestock farming and casinos. Obvious the economy is rough here.

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The Great Basin Trek

A travel blog entry by lindemand on May 30, 2014

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For the next 3 weeks I will be a mental traveler and a virtual cyclist as I follow my BAC friends across The Great Basin of Nevada, the canyon lands of Utah and into the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. I am home to be with my daughter as she graduates high school and prepares for reporting ...

This was the Best Idea Ever

A travel blog entry by alixalollipop on Aug 17, 2013

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... and formed when lava flowed smoothly out and hardened. The small, jagged chunks of rock were aa (pronounced "ah-ah"), and they were created as upper areas of lava cooled faster than those below them and broke up as they tumbled downhill. The largest rock formations were actually chunks of the crater that broke off as the fissure oozed lava and were carried downhill by the flow. After the sun went down, we started back for our campsite. The park's amphitheater was on ...

Touring Reno-Sparks NV

A travel blog entry by momadunc on Apr 09, 2011

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... had a great view of the mountains to the west and the snow in the vicinity of Donner Pass bringing back memories of our trip through here last spring. Heading home along the Truckee River, the lighting was wonderful. With the river, the railroad and the highway side by side through the valley, it is easy to understand why this valley has served as an important transportation route since the years of exploration.

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