Club Cal Neva Hotel Casino

Address: 38 E. Second Street, Reno, Nevada, 89505, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 38 E. Second Street, Reno, is near Downtown River Walk, Harrah's Reno Casino, Club Cal-Neva Virginian Casino, and Casino at Siena Hotel Spa.
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        Travel Blogs from Reno

        Leaving Reno

        A travel blog entry by austynandelijah on Sep 26, 2015

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        ... we are going to be on an airplane to Beijing. I cannot wrap my head around the fact that we are really doing this. That we are really going to be exploring THE WORLD for an entire year. I'm sure it will hit me once we get to the airport, or once we land in a foreign place where we don't speak a lick of the language, or look like anyone there... but for now I am just waiting to wake up from this dream, go back to work ...

        Driving on the road

        A travel blog entry by slb333 on May 11, 2015

        Left the house around 1100 am travel with RV and Honda, bike rack on also with bikes, stop at the pilot gas in west sac, don't do that to again also our Visa cards won't work there, use America express card, put 26 gallon in at station, drove to Boomtown, KOA, arrived around 1530 hrs, , great place to walk the dogs , very windy at camp sites, and on road, Treena made pulled pork from Costco ,, wine and great ...

        What Isn't There To Like Here?

        A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Aug 12, 2014

        1 comment, 12 photos

        We have lived in Reno for two and a half months now. Neither of us can adequately describe how much we like living here. This is really a fascinating little city. Well, not so little any more at 231,000 souls, it just feels smaller than it is. The warmth and friendliness of the people, the small downtown footprint, and the proximity of the very wide open spaces contribute to that small town feel.

        Today Reno hosts a myriad of fun events designed to draw ...

        Fishy Tiles and Fishy Tales

        A travel blog entry by quiltinlady on Jul 23, 2014

        9 photos

        ... br>
        Since I last lived in Reno 22 years ago, a section of 395 from near I-80 in downtown Reno south to the eastern leg of Highway 50 just south of Carson City (below the lower edge of the little map) has been designated as "Interstate 580." This is very disturbing to me on several levels.

        Firstly, it's simply disconcerting to see "my" freeway's name on signs in the Nevada desert. I'm used to having the small rolling hills of Oakland ...

        Mini Vegas, and Lake Tahoe

        A travel blog entry by lolpol on Nov 14, 2013

        ... They meant well but lacked any self awareness and generally made everything about them. One of them spoke over the tour guide constantly, mentioned Chicago in every sentence, kept telling the tour guide how to do her job, and when she found out there was an English person on the bus showed off that she'd been there several times. I mumbled 'yep, thought you might have' and the Dallas couple started giggling. Anyway, after showing off about visiting 'Oxbridge' ...