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- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... which was so nice.
We headed into town and had pizza and pasta which was nice
After dinner we wandered down the street and found an arcade/pool hall. We played 4 games of pool, teams were Gavin and Josh against Jack and I. I played terribly and josh played really well. We lost 4-0. Josh was very pleased with the result.
We extended our stay at the front desk for an additional night which only cost us $90.
... couch in the coffee shop, walked the Ellen DeGeneres show set, were regaled with interesting film facts (each of the main cast of Friends receives $25m per year from reruns, Warner gets $1billion per year, obscene). Another major exhibit was the 75 years of Batman, all the costumes, cars and bits and pieces. All in all the tour was great and well worth it to see how the magic is made. Onto the freeway and we head to the Pacific Highway taking the scenic ...
... Henry Institute to take the flat off and fit the spare.
I have always wondered about the middle of nowhere. It seems to imply that nowhere has a periphery. Anyway, the Extraterrestrial Highway may be in the middle of nowhere, but we did overtake a Walmart truck.
Tonopah starts off as a collection of sensationally delapidated hovels with brand new V8 pick-up trucks parked in front of them. The next town (barring Rachel) is two ...
... singing "This land is your land" and then the soldiers mixed in with the kids. They were signing autographs and getting their pictures taken. One of the riders, Jim Penseyers, a Vietnam Veteran who lost a leg to a land mine, held the kids spell bound while he demonstrated how he puts on his prosthesis so he can ride his bike. Given the ages, many of the kids were so small they were eye to eye with the soldiers on the Trike Bikes. The ...
... some surfers, and lots of people with dogs. It was quite a steep bank/dune to get down (and walking up was pretty taxing). The sand was cool, the water even cooler, but it was very peaceful. After about 20 min we decided to head back up and check out some of the shops. One shop we went in - if I had jumbo luggage I could have bought so much, as it was I picked up these metal birds for the wall that are made from old oil drums in ...