Tahoe Summit Village
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- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... and challenging ending at the Tahoe Valley Campground. We set up our tents and immediately rode to a market to buy beer. We had a great afternoon at the campground pool discussing politics. Unfortunately, we were talking rather loudly (beer?) and very shortly we realized that we were alone and everyone had left, sooooo we had another beer and laughed a lot. This ...
After another morning spent on the beach, the weather moved in and thunderstorms loomed. A few tens of miles down the road, flash floods and driving winds were causing havoc. For us, we golfed. Established in 1957, Kings Beach Miniature Golf is still the gold standard amongst the crazy golf fraternity. World class players the world over flock to the 36 hole marvel on the north Shore of Lake Tahoe. Nestled amongst the pine trees and ...
... I wrapped my towel round myself and opened my door and had just enough time to get out before a completely naked man ran in!! He had burned himself somehow and there were tons of people ferrying cold water up from the sinks and chucking it on him. I was just left stood there in my towel thinking what on earth is going on! It's 10pm and I have no idea what happened to the guy. I think he went of to hospital but then ...
... and had our first stop. Reno station has the aesthetics of Birmingham New Street station, so it was not a great place to stop. After this we carried on following the I-80 in the direction of Utah. After ten minutes we passed Wild Island, where we spent last Saturday, and then we were into unfamiliar territory. The scenery changed a lot over the time before the next stop, with mountains, large flat scrub areas and the occasional green valley.
Somehow we also were missed ...
... Squaw Valley International Resort where the 1960 Winter Olympic Games were held. The view of the Squaw Valley with the snow capped mountains in the back drop nearly took our breath away. It was beautiful. We wandered around the Olympic village with its hotel accommodations overlooking the center plaza, ski lifts and the usual restaurants and high end sports stores. I saw a jacket for $600 that was 50% off! It was another incredible ...