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I drove through Death Valley in August some years ago (1996!) in a modern (for the time) rental car. We had no problems although we did see some other cars that had broken down. If you like desert scenery I would strongly recommend that you make the journey via Death Valley, even detouring to see Dantes View. We did this and it was well worth seeing. While ...


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Highway 190 is probably more interesting and gets more action for sure, but both have enough traffic to not worry. You would be hard pressed to catch five minutes without a car. The temperature is really not that much a problem for today's cars. What you should be concerned about is leaving the car and walking around too much. You won't sweat (it seems), ...


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Having managed hotels for Hilton I can honestly tell you it varies depending on a number of factors including the room type (Kings, Doubles, Suites), day of the week, how booked the hotel is, as well as events that may or may not be going on. Hotels with good management will know in advance when all the big events are so they have the higher rates set over a ...


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Hotel room rates are now similar to airline ticket prices; they can change often depending on a variety of factors, besides time of year. Other factors: Big boxing match in town Consumer Electronics Show (CES) the first week in January, or other big conventions Big-name concerts So it is almost a roll of the dice (sorry) to get the best rate. If your ...


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Once he exits Customs, he'll simply need to take an elevator upstairs to Level 2 and either recheck his bags at Frontier's ticketing counter, or proceed directly to the security checkpoint if he has no bags to check. All of these steps will occur within Terminal 3. Once he has passed through the security checkpoint, straight ahead he'll see some escalators ...



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