Americas Best Value Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Nazi invasion just prior to the Second World War. The scenes created with small ceramic tiles are quite beautiful and depict both military and family aspects of the cultures. Perhaps even more important though, were the general impressions I gleaned during this first day. - Why are the bodies of the cars not rusted out like they are in Saskatchewan (a result of using salt to cut the ice on city streets in the winter time)? - There is a tremendous amount of ...
... by Arlen Ness or his son Cory.
FINALLY, after an hour we started the tour. First thing they made us do was to put on funny little paper hats---said it was to protect the jelly beans from OUR hair. Bonna and I made a pact to NOT take each others pictures--but BOY was I tempted. Learning how to make jelly beans actually was pretty fascinating. I won't go into all the details as I don't want to ruin it for those of you that want ...
... t receive its official and final designation as Lake Tahoe until 1945.
California and Nevada reached the compromise to partition Tahoe between the two when Nevada became a state in 1864.
Upon discovery of gold in the South Fork of the American River in 1848, thousands of gold seekers going west passed near the basin on their way to the gold fields. European civilization first made its mark in the Lake Tahoe basin with the 1858 discovery of the ...
... astounding. The rocks themselves were a mixture of white, grey, black and rust - sometimes in stripes, other times in patterns with no specific order but astoundingly beautiful. The largest cave was a dream - there were stalagmites and stalactites in an array of grey, white, rust and turquoise. The shapes also were varied. I was smitten! Can't wait to explore more! We saw remarkably few birds, the most common being the cliff dweller types such as swifts and seal ...
... After numerous attemps and great frustration, we finally got the trailer parked in a camp site in 10 Mile Lake Provincial Park - a beautiful park situated about 50 miles south of Prince George. It ended up being a fairly interesting evening - around 1:00 AM we heard thunder and saw intense lightning all around us - when the lightning got closer we started to consider our options - we decided to wait it out in the ...