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Winnemucca Hotel

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Mike Olano, Owner of the Winnemucca Hotel, built in 1863 as a boardinghouse and restaurant for Basque migrants. (Read my accompanying New York Times story, "Riding the Rails") | FACES

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Mike Olano, Owner of the Winnemucca Hotel, built in 1863 as a boardinghouse and restaurant for Basque migrants. (Read my accompanying New York Times story, "Riding the Rails")
Mike Olano, Owner of the Winnemucca Hotel, built in 1863 as a boardinghouse and restaurant for Basque migrants. (Read my accompanying New York Times story, "Riding the Rails") Mike Olano, Owner of the Winnemucca Hotel, built in 1863 as a boardinghouse and restaurant for Basque migrants. (Read my accompanying New York Times story, "Riding the Rails")


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Mike Olano, Owner of the Winnemucca Hotel, built in 1863 as a boardinghouse and restaurant for Basque migrants. (Read my accompanying New York Times story, "Riding the Rails")
Mike Olano, Owner of the Winnemucca Hotel, built in 1863 as a boardinghouse and restaurant for Basque migrants. (Read my accompanying New York Times story, "Riding the Rails") Mike Olano, Owner of the Winnemucca Hotel, built in 1863 as a boardinghouse and restaurant for Basque migrants. (Read my accompanying New York Times story, "Riding the Rails")


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Mike Olano, Owner of the Winnemucca Hotel, built in 1863 as a boardinghouse and restaurant for Basque migrants. (Read my accompanying New York Times story, "Riding the Rails")
Mike Olano, Owner of the Winnemucca Hotel, built in 1863 as a boardinghouse and restaurant for Basque migrants. (Read my accompanying New York Times story, "Riding the Rails")


Extended relatives of Barack Obama react to his 2008 Presidential Election victory | FACES

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Mike Olano, Owner of the Winnemucca Hotel, built in 1863 as a boardinghouse and restaurant for Basque migrants. (Read my accompanying New York Times story, "Riding the Rails")


www.worldwebeyes.com

Mike Olano, Owner of the Winnemucca Hotel, built in 1863 as a boardinghouse and restaurant for Basque migrants. (Read my accompanying story, "Riding the Rails," in The New York Times Travel section.)


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