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Travel Blogs from Tahoe City
I watched the crystal shallows of Lake Tahoe this afternoon as we idled away sleepy hours on the pebbled shores of this picturesque lake. The waters, which seem to reflect myriad shades of blue in the distance are deceptively clear in the swimming area of the private beach. In fact, rather than gazing at the surface of the water, I found myself …
... on the road. The freezer will be full. Canada's border crossing regulations frustrate me: no beef, two bottles of wine or a large bottle of liquor, or 24 cans of beer per person. Really! Trip to duty free store after crossing! Then we cross into AK and US customs are just as onerous. We've been told to pack as much food as we can since it is so expensive. Provisioning canned goods and non perishables. The cats have up to date papers and the passports are ...
... beach and enjoyed the sea and sunshine :)
Headed back to the campsite for a chilled afternoon of reading and cards....which almost didn't happen as our new neighbours arrived and decided to play Barry White very loudly....now this isn't to say we have anything against a bit of Barry, just not whilst trying to be at one with nature! ....they turned out to be a pretty nice couple and turned it down once they realised it was a teensy ...
... of 7000 ft it is so lovely here. We parked up and went for well deserved ice creams - They were HUGE!!!...(those are the kids portions shown in the photo!!).
Took a leisurely stroll to the lake and were both blown away by the scenery down there - we will be investigating further tomorrow for sure!
The squeal of the day came when a Mercedes SLS passed us....guess who did that one!! ...
... all day and I got better and faster. I went faster than Jess when she was racing me. Pete's report: it's all been said above. Love the confidence of youth. Great day, Ted thinks skiing is going as fast as you can until the turnstile stops you. Except I put too much peanut butter on Jess's sandwiches. Bigger drama than getting stuck on the side of the mountain the previous day. Cathy's report: well a family day can bring the highs and lows of no third ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking