Courtyard By Marriott Reno
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... the scenery. It's really pretty although apparently the least pretty
part of the lake. We'll head further round it tomorrow.
Then onto Virginia City. Over 300
million dollars worth of gold was taken out of this area in the late
1800's, in todays terms that's trillions. It's a living town so the
shops and saloons (with great names like Bucket of Blood) still function but it is set up for tourists. We
arrive mid to late afternoon so didn't have much time ...
... before each trip and some, like wheel bearing and brake maintenance on trailers are scheduled every six months/6,000 miles and/or annually. Hopefully the following will be of help to you who are relatively new to traveling by RV or, gasp, never have had the experience.
No matter how well one has prepared or planned there will be glitches. Our trip to the South and eastern seaboard in 2011 required some ...
... have any intention of actually going all the way to burning man today, we were plannin on stoppin somewhere for a rest but ended up just going the whole way, the closer we got the heavier the traffic got, mostly RVs with burning man logos on the back of them made from duct tape. We are definately in burning man territory now, we pulled in a lay by to ask this guy if we should camp here or continue on, we rolled down the window and said hey and ...
I'm in Reno, the biggest little city in the world! It's a smaller, calmer and rough around the edges version of Vegas. Casino **** everywhere and massive hotel complexes, but not as Disney as Vegas. This time I got into the buffets, ate my body weight in goodies, and spent a lot of time wandering around the complex getting lost and doing my own head in looking at all the bright lights. My hotel was attached to Silver Legacy and Circus Circus, you can walk between all ...
... during the early summer the river is alot faster then the late summer. Also if you kayak, Reno has a huge kayak park on the river, which the pros come too every year..
Now your still looking for the sun and water, the other hot spot is called Lake Tahoe, and if you never heard of Lake Tahoe, it is the gem of lakes. Mark Twain wrote about it. The water is crystal clear up to 80 to 100 ft. Now there's plenty of beaches to hit there. The main ones ...