Carson Valley Inn
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... down to a historical museum near the senior center on Tahoe Blvd. We saw an old log cabin that was built in the 1930's and it was filled with antiques. There were some historical artifacts from early settlers and the Washoe Indians. They did some beautiful basket weaving. Instead of going out for a celebratory dinner, we decided to buy a good bottle of champagne and enjoy a tasty home cooked meal in the comfort of our (motor) home. Life is ...
... snow, and after ken encouraging me not to go so slow, then got bogged in the snow, got out and let ken drive they had only one room and it was booked. Could they not have put a full sign up so we didn't have to even go in....so next we tried kirkwood, which was a really lovely skiing village found the hotel only to find out it would cost us over 300 dollars to stay, no thanks, how stupid heaps of empty rooms because eir is just about no snow ...
... served as Nevada's State Architect, and designed over 550 buildings. He talks about three of his most famous, Ormsby County Courthouse, Former Nevada Supreme Court and Heroes' Memorial Building, all in his signature hybrid style of Beaux Arts and Neoclassical.
6. St. Teresa's Catholic church and the Stewart-Nye House
Born in France, Jacob Klein came to Nevada at age 19 and co-founded the Carson Brewing Company. He helped establish the ...
... Ranch set told us that the shop was actually the old bunkhouse. Got a photo there before moving on to Lake Tahoe to try our luck. Roz dropped a few coins and pulled out $50 while Bob pulled a small $26, not to be outdone Roz walked into the oldest bar in Genoa, ignored the history and ran to a pokie, before we even had three beers lined up for ...
... headed out again, we only walked a mile or so up stream, hooked onto some little ones, then met ga chap from the mid coast fishing solo, ex USAF and after some time in Afghanistan working with Aussies he was out. Briton was his name, a bit ironic that a USAF chap would be named Briton, but he was good, gave us a net he had found, showed us where to fish and how as he had been coming up here for then past ten years with his Dad, then we hooked up some more 2 lb plus and finally ...