Desert Hills Motel
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
TripAdvisor Reviews Desert Hills Motel Carson City
Travel Blogs from Carson City
... travels. Tomorrow we hope to hit the old mint, which is now the Nevada State Museum. I hope to get a few decent photos to share with you on Flickr... http://www.flickr.com/photos/ralphieboy o/
That's it for today... Except for our dinner last night: we had Wolf Burgers and mashed potatoes. No actual wolves were harmed in the making of our dinner.
See you soon on the continuation of The ...
... streets with names like Lonesome Polecat Lane. We were excited to see Larry and he was anxious to take us to Genoa Bar, the oldest watering hole in Nevada. What a cute little village of historic buildings and a museum. I bought a loaf of artisanal bread at the general store where, in chatting with the store keep, I discovered that her husband was a retired teacher and her daughter attended school at W&L in Virginia. The bar was a working piece of ...
... at this site the pictures are etched on small boulders, all of which were less than 3 foot high. It has been theorized that this art work was done while hunters were waiting for their prey to come down to a large lake that covered most of the area. We then traveled west on US Rt. 50 to “Carson City” and headed for the casino across the street for dinner and some time playing the slots.
... adventures. We were on the bus and heading to Carson City, NV by 8:30.
En route to Tioga Pass, at 9941 feet the highest drivable pass in California, we saw snowcapped mountains in the distance. Pete told us it was Apache snow. What did that mean? A patchee here and a patchee there.
Our first stop was Olmstead Point, 8300 feet, with a very unique view of Half Dome.
Next we stopped ...
... the main street buildings. It was freezing cold up there. I knew it was around 27-30 degrees up there, so I had backup layers that I had to throw on. The sun was beautiful, but there was a slight breeze that was killing me.
The touristy area was fun to walk around in. It reminded me of Old Sac. We met a shop keeper that lived in Norfolk for a while and she gave us tips on living in Virginia while we were ...
Other places to stay in Carson City
801 South Carson Street, Carson City | 2 star hotelfrom $63
2171 East William St, Carson City | 3 star hotelfrom $29
4055 North Carson Street, Carson City | 2 star hotelfrom $118
3870 South Carson Street, Carson City | 3 star hotelfrom $130
10 Hospitality Way, Carson City | 2 star hotelfrom $92
900 South Carson Street, Carson City | Hotelfrom $58
1300 N Carson St, Carson City | 1 star hotelfrom $62
2731 S. Carson St., Carson City | 2 star hotelfrom $48
917 N Carson St, Carson City | 2 star hotelfrom $58
651 North Stewart Street, Carson City | Hotelfrom $31