Boomtown Hotel & Casino
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- On my way to South Lake Tahoe, the car battery died.
- I got lucky that I was driving by Reno.
- I'm so exhausted about this trip, i decided to get a good night of sleep.
- I stayed at the Gran Sierra Resort.
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... eyes closed, jumping into the pool (into Mark's arms), pushing himself off from the wall, and water treading.
The goal is to have an early breakfast tomorrow so we can go for a swim once more before checking out on what will be our last day of this road trip.
Yes, we will be home tomorrow.
... houses (she lived down the hill from me before moving to Red Rock) and new things in town. Reno has really grown in the past 22 years, and its downtown / River Walk area is really lovely.
I'd worked at UNR (the University of Nevada, Reno) for the entire time I lived in this high-desert town, first as Catering Director for the University Food Services, then in the Scheduling Office (where we managed all non-academic spaces and all classroom ...
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 ...
... All, I am happy to say, stated that they are having a very pleasant experience. They love the area, and with so many activities it is almost impossible to get bored. We asked where they used to live. Not surprisingly, good portion of them said Kal-i-fornia!
In our spare time we head into downtown Reno to get the lay of the land, so to speak. We visit the River Walk area. The wide walks adjacent to the Truckee are quiet this time of year meaning ...