Comfort Inn & Suites Airport
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After a delicious breakfast we bid farewell to another two great hosts and made our way to down town Reno. We figured we where here so had to check it out. Unfortunately we were a bit disappointed, as we found the main part of town quite dead. To be fair to Reno, we did not get rot checkout much of the place except for the ...
... the scenery turning a little more desserty and the heat racking up beyond the 100 mark. We arrived into our Motel 6 which as ever is pretty similar to the others, maybe even a bit nicer than normal. I don’t normally drive after dark but as we are in the middle of nowhere I had no choice but to drive into the centre and park up at the biggest casino in downtown. The Casino is pretty nice, nothing too spectacular. We ate absolutely **** food at some ...
... PLACE IS TOO COLD!
That left us with the states of Nevada and Utah. We didn't consider the Las Vegas area at all. Too hot in the summer. We did consider St. George, Utah. The senior living community there is very expensive and the summers are way too hot. That left Reno. Reno lies on the east flank of the Sierra Nevada Range. Everything east of the Sierra is much more dry than the western slope and at 5000', the climate ...
... us out on a photography excursion or two, just for something different!
Something our tour guide, Brenda Schwarz, said to us remains with me today as I write this final blog: No matter where you travel, when you get the chance to get out in beautiful country such as that through which we traveled for the last 60 days, take some time to put away your camera, sit back, stop talking, and just absorb all the God has created.
... closed my mouth I’d be protected from dirt blowing down my throat. A drink bottle was never needed because I would drink enough water at the camp, and as for the headlamp, I did use it at times, but would have survived easy enough without it. The most important thing I purchased were new jocks and t-shirts, it was cheaper to buy new clothes from Wal-Mart than it was to get things washed.
We said our goodbyes and I went looking for a taxi. I ...