The Plaza Hotel Carson City
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Plaza Hotel Carson City
We enjoyed our 3-night stay at the Plaza Hotel in Carson City. We liked having the small kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave and sink. Odd that there was no coffeemaker. The AC seemed to cut off at will and was noisy but we were never uncomfortable. There was WIFI making my husband very happy but no comfortable chair which was disappointing for him. There was no iron, not really a problem for me since I don't tend to iron on trips. The carpet was showing wear. Probably the highlight was the wonderful breakfasts for our group in the conference center!
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"If future generations are to remember us with gratitude rather than contempt, we must leave them a glimpse of the world as it was in the beginning, not just after we got through with it."
-President Lyndon Johnson, upon signing the Wilderness Act of 1965
An early breakfast at the hotel convention center with Dan and Judi, Jeff …
"Gaming is the backbone of Nevada's economy."
We enjoyed a very nice breakfast in the hotel conference center with Bill and Winne, Woody and Nancy, Gloria and June.
We had been debating whether to take the laundromat "excursion" of do a load at the hotel. As it turned out, about 14 of us went and it was the …
"It is by far the grandest of all the special temples of Nature I was ever permitted to enter."
-John Muir, referring to Yosemite National Park
We had breakfast in the Garden Terrace of the hotel with Pete and Darlene, George and Susan and Gloria. The offerings were about the same as yesterday except no toast and no view of the falls …
... through. I do not own any sandals and did not bring along any old trainers to use, but came up with the idea of bringing a pair of shoe laces to thread around my flip-flops, thus turning them into makeshift sandals. It seems to work pretty well. The first river ford is very easy as the water is shallow. Another one a couple of hours on though is a little more tricky as the river is wider and deeper, the water this time coming up to the top of my shins, and ...
... a Hispanic looking man washing several huge loads of clothes, like 15 comforters, so I think he worked there but he wouldn't make eye contact with me. This was the nearest laundromat according to the GPS but not a great neighborhood. Bud came in to tell me that Larry said to bring the clothes to their house to dry. He didn't stay but a few seconds because he didn't want to leave the truck untended.
Back on the road we drove past more gravel ...