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Travel Blogs from Reno
In the morning we got up and did our usual routine with breakfast at the hotel's attached restaurant which was pretty good, then we all drove across town to the world-famous Monterey Aquarium. Tim dropped us off and returned to the hotel to finish cleaning up there while the rest of us made our way through the sea otters, penguins, seahorses, jelly …
... we went to put our swimmers on, there were lots of adults in the pool but they weren't too happy to have children disturbing their quiet morning! There was also a spa which we had a go in and it was really hot and there was also a children's pool with lots of water spouts.
After our swim we packed our bags and our van and were on our way we drove down the lake and went to Sand Harbour which is a famous bit of sand because ...
I had a good talk with little miss GPS today in Carson City (Sep 10) -- using angry words that I cannot repeat here. She led me round and round before eventually getting me to AAA, which was located on a type of frontage road beside 395. She took me around the block 3 times before I stopped to check a "real" map. I was only 100 yards from AAA -- and decided to walk to it to save myself further ...
... we hope they got out okay.
After the very long drive it was late by the time we got to Lake Tahoe and we could only just see the lake which is huge the town is busy all year as they play on the lake during summer and then ski in winter, we passed some very big houses.
We were looking forward to waking in the morning and seeing the lake.
From The Simsons
... Alex had loads of
stuff!!! And feels quite ill right now. The sunset was incredible, I
think it was because of the smoke so it shined through beautifully.
The cook off also had loads of stalls and a lovely stall with large
pieces of artwork that had different quotes on like the following . .
in a while in a middle of an ordinary life . . . . ...