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... so we thought that for a change, we would simply post a series of photos from the three parks and the drive, and - as the title says - let them speak for themselves. We hope ...
... road. Metaphor: The Tree of Utah. 1987, by a Swedish sculptor, Karl Momen
Next stop at Wells, for lunch, site of the only legal brothel in Nevada! Also noted "casinos" in every one horse town along the way. The scenery more desert-like and very rocky at times. It was a very windy day, Andrew's camper being buffeted all day. Finally arrived at Reno, after 10 hours of freeway driving. Great to see Peta and kids, and meet puppies Molly and ...
... the Sturgis, SD gathering for motorcycles. Competition amongst the proud car owners is fierce. The cars are displayed first in South Lake Tahoe, then the whole shebang moves down to Reno. Major downtown streets in Reno are blocked off to provide viewing areas for the rods. One casino features drag races one night as not all rods are street cars. During the festivities a car auction is held where many a car changes hands.
We attended Hot August Nights on ...
... that bordered old church entrances; carvings extending along roof ridges with dragon heads crossing at the roof peaks; and a sod roof seeded with wildflowers.
The interior of the house also carries out the Scandinavian motif, such as: delicate paintings on ceilings and walls, Nordic fireplaces located throughout the home, and two intricately carved "dragon" beams, modeled on beams that hung originally in very old Viking castles, hanging ...
... now traversing between tall volcanic peaks and ancient lava flows. We go down a rather steep section of windy road until we reach the Owyhee River, then head back up to higher country.
Off to the west is a rather small but very tall snow capped mountain range. I wish I knew its name for sure but I believe it is Steens Mountain, appropriately called "Snowy Mountain" by an early pioneer, a 50 mile long single mountain, not a range, that rises to 9733 feet.
Other places to stay in Reno
345 N Arlington Ave, Reno | 2 star hotelfrom $37
- Reno Business Trip
- A nice place
- NOT Soundproof!
500 N Sierra St, Reno | 3 star hotelfrom $42
- Good Value For The Price
- Relaxing Fun
- Its a dump
1981 Terminal Way, Reno | 3 star hotelfrom $75
219 N Center St, Reno | 4 star hotelfrom $34
- Adaquate but not a deluxe hotel
- Tough place for regular customers
- Best Value Downtown Hotel
2500 East Second Street, Reno | 4 star hotelfrom $55
- Some Problems
- Quiet stay at the Summit
- Beautiful aristic room
2707 S Virginia St, Reno | 4 star hotelfrom $81
- You'd better like neon!
- First (and last ) visit
- Highly recomment!!
1000 East Sixth Street, Reno | 3 star hotelfrom $43
2100 Garson Road, Reno | 3 star hotelfrom $57
4001 Market, Reno | 2 star hotelfrom $55
3131 South Virginia Street, Reno | 1 star hotelfrom $51
2050 B Market St, Mill & I-395, Reno | 2 star hotelfrom $113
2375 Market Street, Reno | 2 star hotelfrom $112
9845 Gateway Drive, Reno | 3 star hotelfrom $144
1885 S Virginia St, Reno | 3 star hotelfrom $66
10559 Professional Circle, Reno | 3 star hotelfrom $102
5450 Kietzke Lane, Reno | 3 star hotelfrom $99
6855 South Virginia Street, Reno | 3 star hotelfrom $97
10599 Professional Cir, Reno | 2 star hotelfrom $84
660 North Virginia Street, Reno | Hotelfrom $50
1250 East Plumb Lane, Reno | 2 star hotelfrom $76
2050 Market Street, Reno | 2 star hotelfrom $54
1790 East Plumb Lane, Reno | 3 star hotelfrom $108
121 West Street, Reno | Hotelfrom $108
38 E. Second Street, Reno | Hotelfrom $37