Comfort Inn & Suites Airport
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... is called when the car bounces up and down, the cars looked insane and I can’t help but feel that it can’t be particularly comfortable bouncing up and down even whilst you’re stopped at lights. Having said that I doubt they’ve driven 8 hours to get here, in fact whenever you see these things on TV it’s rare there’s a family in them or that you see them on an interstate. Maybe there’s a gap in the market for a family ...
... moved onto ‘the strip’ which is kind of cool I imagine it looks how Vegas looked 20 or 30 years ago the casinos are smaller bar a couple of more modern ones and the neon lights are old school. We went to Harrahs and another couple of casinos but the night was a bit a flat, the bars weren’t particularly buzzing and we weren’t getting drunk for whatever reason.
We ended up at a club within one of the casinos were outside they ...
... up near the bridge. The community was further developed by Myron Lake and the community soon became a town with the addition of a grist mill, kiln, livery stable, a hotel and eating house. The town was named Lake's Crossing.
Mr. Lake was a pretty smart feller. By January 1863, the Central Pacific Railroad had begun laying tracks east from Sacramento CA, eventually connecting with the Union Pacific RR at Promontory, UT, to form the ...
... rocks around the beach it is very beautiful. Mum, Madi, Cal and Sybella had a little swim but it was really really cold. Cal and Daddy spent a lot of time skimming stones across the water, Daddy got one to go 13 times, Cal was amazed. Then we lost Bella after she decided to go for a walk without anyone so it was time to go!
We were back in the car for the long boring road to the bright lights of Reno.
From The Simsons
... grade. The RV began missing and running rough, and Bob was seriously considering whether we should go back to Boise. When he mentioned something about it seemed like it might be an electrical problem, I asked him what would happen if we turned on the generator. He tried that and the RV responded much better. It did not miss as much--only if we were in a steep grade and he hadn't geared down enough--so we opted to head on toward Winnemucca. ...