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... suitable for agriculture.
About halfway, we stopped for lunch in the village of Austin, Nevada and spotted a little park with a playground, covered picnic tables, and, to our surprise in this small town of 150 people, a swimming pool. We thus turned our lunch break into a 2.5 hour stop for lunch, swimming in ...
... of some bat species.
The tour was fantastic, and the tour guide was knowledgeable and very pleasant. I took dozens of photos, none of which are worth being shared with you. You'll just have to take my word for how wonderful it was. I did find a few NPS photos, which I've left in a slide show below.
My trip to Reno took most of the day and featured some very impressive weather. Not only did my GPS come up to tell me "severe ...
... as the one in San Antonio, TX. If one has the inclination to gamble the ever present Nevada casinos and associated hotels line the main boulevards.
As early as the 1850"s farmers settled in the fertile valley area known as Truckee Meadows. Then enterprising individuals began to offer merchandise to pioneers passing through on their way to Kal-i-fornia. In 1850 gold was discovered in the area near Virginia City but the discovery of silver in 1859 ...
Reno, biggest little city in the world, is home to our good friend Chris. Lynell, his girlfriend, his dog Ralph and Chris. welcomed us with open arms, paws, bar and refrigerator. In other words, we ate and drank well and they provided anything we needed. When you are on the road for months at a time in a motor home, having a “home away from home” is very helpful.
We arrived on ...
... the patch-worked tin-sheeted roof? I walked past stone walls, carved wooden bears, an enclosed patio with a giant barbecue grill and a blazing fireplace. Laney welcomed me at the door; handed me a leaflet describing the fabulous Red "collection."
Directly ahead was the biggest blackest hunk of steel I’ve ever seen at the front door of a restaurant. Or a museum. “This steamroller was used to pave Wall ...
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 $55
2050 B Market St, Mill & I-395, Reno | 2 star hotelfrom $58
2375 Market Street, Reno | 2 star hotelfrom $112
9845 Gateway Dr, 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 S Virginia St, 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