Sierra Hot Springs Resort & Retreat Center
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... to go on road trips at the same time. He told me about his trip, and I decided to give him half of my money. After having a delicious meal with Carl, we decided to part ways and continue our separate adventures. I hop back on highway 80 and head east. I am running low on gas, so I stop at Battle Mountain and get a full tank of gas. I get back on highway 80 with one destination in mind which is Salt Lake City, UT. Then ...
It's my last night in Reno so I'm gambling it up and winning everything. A guy standing next to me who is very well dressed asks if he can talk to me, so I withdraw my chips (about $500) from the table and talk to him. He tells me he's been watching me play blackjack and asks if I want to join his team. I say sure and ...
- We made it to Reno in the evening and filled up our gas tank at a chevron for the last time before we make it home.
- Booked a room at the Peppermill
- Nicest hotel and casino in Reno
- I talked my way into getting the hotel room for $160 for 4 nights which is a great deal for the quality of the room and casino.
- Gas Cost: $49.20
... standards and how to cover them using the HET model.
After our busy day of learning, we decided to cool off in the Truckee River. We grabbed some inner tubes at the gas station and hopped in the river near our resort. We floated for three miles through the mountainous gorges. Lori and I learned the importance of "bottoms up" as we tried to dodge rocks in the shallow river! Another great day :) ...
Woke this morn about 230. Wide awake. So...just laid there and thought and thought and thought some more. About what the heck I'm doing, how I miss John and my dogs etc. BUT onto the subject at hand. Checked out of the hotel and called for a cab. A very nice man arrived in a Mercedes and would take us on a journey from one side of Paris to the other to the GRAN MONTPARNASSE train station. The ride took about forty minutes ...