The Atomic Inn
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Atomic Inn Beatty
Very strange place to stay, the owner not that friendly but it was comfortable and suited our one night stay
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Slower start today as drunk all our Napa Valley wine last night.. why? Cause we are on holiday :) we had a 6.30 hour trip to get to Beatty where we are staying... We decided to take the scenic route through the Tioga Road... Oh my god it was the most amazing trip. We just kept pulling over at the side of the road to take pictures and absorb the …
... 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 ...
... br> We stopped off at one more area which had magnificent shapes dunes and mountains. Took quite a few photos here then I had my turn at driving.
Did ok and we arrived back at the hotel and straight into the pool.
Had an early dinner at the hotel restaurant then back to the room for some TV and an early night. I put this hotel down as an adventure.
... to leave Yosemite we drove down the mountains in style and got to see the rid edges and the road ahead on the side oft he cliff! Spectacular!
The drive then began to Death Valley. Now we knew it was going to get hot but that was an understatement. We drove for what felt like miles and the weird thing is you can never really see where the roads are going. It looks like they are just heading for the mountains but when you get there you end up working ...
... place in the world, and regularly gets temperatures of 50C in the summer (I will eat my hat if they allow the World Cup to be played in the summer in Qatar..! Disclaimer – I haven't been reading the BBC as much recently so this may have already been changed?!). In the Valley itself, you can't use your AC because it might cause your engine to overheat and then, according to the signs, you will die. This is apparently why summer is the quiet time there.