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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Not a good start to the day Mammoth Falls was not a hit, also had to get all food out of the car in evening cos the bears are roaming & have been known to break into the cars!!! Getting up its 8 degrees an it's summer.
So we back track today, 50 miles back lol, past Mono Lake and head off to the Bodie Ghost Town.
The town …
... wings whilst watching a bit of American football. The woman at the bar said that they had been waiting for snow all weekend, and that fingers crossed they would get some in the coming days. Afterwards we retired to our room which we were delighted to find was very cosy and had a jacuzzi! Needless to say we had a chilled evening and jumped into the jacuzzi before going to bed. The next day would be a full one in Yosemite National Park. ...
... later in the day, but it was quite something! The wind was hot! It was as though someone had left a giant hairdryer on somewhere. With still a fair way to go, lunch wasn't hugely extended (though it was hugely delicious) and we continued on. And we continued down, very gradually, passing through outcrops of very broken up rocks, including lava flows. In the distance below us, we watched a stretch of sand emerging on the floor of the valley and thought we must be ...
... and whether it dies down after the sunset. The ranger told us the lowest it would get to during the middle of the night would be in the late 80’s to 90’s F (26 - 32 deg C). She gave us some locations that we could drive to that are much more comfortable to camp in because the much higher elevations. They’re all about 2hours drive away however, so we decide to go and check out how much a cabin is. They were trying to charge $180 per night for just ...
... into the mountains and will be staying at a Lake.
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